Who'll Be the ASPCA's 2013 Calendar Cover Model? Cast Your Vote!

Thursday, August 23, 2012 - 11:30am
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We're putting our 2013 calendar together right now, and staffers and volunteers representing all 12 months of the year have been photographed with their furry friends. There's only one big decision left to make, and we’re leaving the answer up to you: Who should grace the calendar’s cover?

We've narrowed down the field to four contenders. Check out the photos that are in the running, read a little about their sweet four-legged subjects, and then cast your vote for our 2013 Cover Dog or Cat. The pet whose photo gets the most votes will have his or her face in homes all over America!

The contest is now closed! Check back next year!

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Tina McGill

It's soo hard to choose!!! why not a collage of all kinds of animals? They are all fantastic beings!!!

Sonja Martinez

I agree with the other posters, a picture with cats and dogs together would be wonderful... Also why can't all 4 pics be on the cover.. but I do hope they have a month dedicated to them along with thier stories...I love them all but, and I am a cat person but i picked a dog :o...because of the story.

Brad Paulus

I to would like to see a cover with both cats and dogs.


A dog that gets shot and then is adopted is a very special dog in my book. It is always hard to find people to adopt animals but to find a special person that will adopt a mixed breed dog that has been shot, now that was a person with a hugh heart and I think they deserve to have their Pooch on the cover.

diane mendez

They are all so adorable that it is so hard to pick, I would like to pick them all!


Very hard to choose!

Connie Hollis

I have a female Jack Russell named Bella and I just love her! Hmmm...Buddy and Bella!


While I am more of a dog person, I agree, to represent ASPCA a picture of dogs and cats together would be better.

Paula McKinney

If I can only choose one photo, it would be of Maow and Bruce, because I believe ASPCA needs to really promote multiple pet adoptions. My single adopted cat is so much happier now that he has a buddy (also adopted). However, I also agree that it would be nice to show all 4 pictures as a collage or at a minimum, have a picture with both cats and dogs (again, to promote the idea of multiple adoptions). After all, once a shelter finds a good home for a dog or cat, that same home is likely to be a perfect home for additional adopted pets.

Kim Best

...who wins...any of them deserve to be on the cover and in the calendar. There's never a loser when an animal is rescued.