Rescue Kitten Gets Her Own Special Photo Shoot, Just Like A Real Baby

Rescue kitten gets her own photo shoot, just like a real baby! Her human parents wanted to show the entire world just how special she is to them, and guess what, they nailed it!

Kitty Schaub is a photographer who frequently does newborn photo shoots, when her family adopted an 8 week old rescue kitten, she saw the perfect photo shoot opportunity.

Schaub and her husband adopted Luna for their 5-year-old daughter, Amelie, after their friend’s kitty accidentally had kittens. From the moment they met, Amelie and Luna became best friends in the world, and do absolutely everything together.

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“She and Luna are inseparable,” Schaub said. “They sleep together, play together and also eat together”. Little Luna quickly became a full blown member of the family, and since the tiny, sleepy cute kitten acts a lot like a newborn baby, Schaub thought it would be fun to do a photoshoot to show just how special she is to them and welcome her to the world.

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“Luna sleeps about 20 hours a day, and since I frequently take newborn photos, I thought it would be cute to take a few photos of her, and that our friends and family would enjoy it,” Schaub says.

“She sleeps on our laps all the time, and is so very cuddly, so I do not think she minded one bit. She will let you do pretty much anything, if you petted her while you do it”.

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Schaub dressed Luna up in cute little headbands and also swaddled her with different fabrics, just like she would any other newborn baby for a photo shoot, and took a bunch of the sweetest photos ever. She shared a few of the best pictures on her Facebook page and people went nuts about them. Everyone who saw the photos of Luna was absolutely smitten just how adorable she is, and her posts now have almost 60,000 shares.

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Luna’s newborn photo shoot was so popular, Schaub eventually decided to make a calendar out of the best photos. Now she sells them to raise money for Save-A-Stray in St. Joseph, Michigan. “We have sold about 100 so far,” Schaub says. “I am hoping to raise much more for them”.

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