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You are changing the world for the pet you take home and together with other adopters, making a huge impact in your local community. When you take your new pet home, you make room for us to help another dog or cat in need and you become part of the big picture to answer the growing problem of homeless pets in San Antonio and throughout United States.
Looking to add some purring, furry love to your household? Meet our cats and kittens for adoption in Oklahoma City by scrolling through their pictures below. If you decide to adopt a feline friend, the Central Oklahoma Humane Society is the place to start your search.
Click on each cat’s picture to view their full profile and find out if they’re a match for your family!A new photo project called 'I am still a cat' has melted even the toughest of hearts in the w&h office this morning.Why? Well Polish photographer, Monika Malek wanted to change the way people perceive disabled cats. So she grabbed her camera and started taking pictures of friend's disabled cats and those at rescue shelters.'I want to change the mind-set of dividing cats into categories of worse and better, and hope that people would treat disabled cats normal. Not special, not worse but, simply, normal', she says.'I've met many disabled cats and the more I've met them, the more I felt that there's nothing to be afraid of.' All too often disabled cats aren't adopted. Sadly, many of the rescue home cats Monika has photographed are expected to remain there for most of their lives.'I hope people can see that even with disabilities, they are still cats', she says.
'They still purr. Even cats without a leg are still able to jump perfectly. When I
understood this, I've wanted to show other people that disabled cat is
completely normal cat.'I have tried my best to capture the fact, that regardless to their
disabilities, their behaviour is just like that of any other cats.
Inability is a state of mind. They don't feel worse so why would we
treat them as such?' Prepare to go all gooey... My name is Rufus. I am a one-year-old. I don't have a tail but I'm still a cat My name is Susan. I am two-years-old. I do not have eyes, but I'm still a cat My name is Kiara. I am nine-years-old. I have leukaemia, but I'm still a catMy name is Keiko. I am 2-years-old. I don't have a leg, but I'm still a cat My name is Amish. I have diabetes, but I am still a cat awaiting adoption This picture gallery was envisioned as a visual way of promoting the adoption of shelter cats. So many people have tunnel vision focused , that they don't realize the uncountable rewards of giving a home to a cat who may die for the lack of a home. My readers rose to my challenge for pictures and stories of shelter and rescue cats they'd adopted.