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Late last year Annex Cat Rescue put a call out to photographers to volunteer to take images of their cats in foster care.

Since kittens are really cute and easier to find forever homes for, I was part of a team updating photos for some of the older cats.
Some of them also had some medical issues which can make it harder for them to be considered.

Lenny Tabbitz 
He has diabetes which is completely controlled by his diet.
Lenny is a gorgeous tabby boy with green eyes and chubby chops.
The good news is that Lenny has already been adopted, but I couldn’t resist sharing some images from his shoot at his foster home.

Snorlax, the gorgeous black girl with beautiful green eyes, who was a little on the plump and hefty side. She also had a bit of asthma, which meant she has an inhaler (through the cutest little kitty spacer ever).
Here are a few shots from her session where she chilled out for a bit and then got stuck into the catnip toys.

Natural light pet portrait of a black cat with green eyes
Natural light pet portrait of a black cat in a foster home
Natural light pet portrait of a black cat with green eyes sitting in a hallway
Natural light pet portrait of a black cat rolling on it's back playing with a catnip toy

And gorgeous but shy little lady Missy. We took these in her foster home, where she got lots of treats for being such a good girl.

To see more adoptable kitties available in Toronto. Click the icon to go to Annex Cat Rescue.

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