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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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JOYCE TREADWELL

I, too, would have liked a cover picturing both a dog and cat.....

kathy

How am I supposed to choose between 1 puppy dog and the next? The only thing that put me over the top was that there were TWO! I love puppy dogs!!

sheila_desmond@...

All the pictures are worthy of gracing the calendar cover. Kudos to the photographers.

Leah Jones

The cover should be a photo of a cat and a dog together. And, I hope at least one month includes a small animal such as a hamster or rabbit and another month includes a bird or parrot with the statistics of the number of those animals destroyed in shelters each year.

cr

Maybe you could put all of them on the cover.It was very hard to choose.

J Hedge

All four pix are wonderful, and as someone new to terriers--two Jack Russells I've fostered for six months--who is a longtime cat guardian person, it was a tough call. But: tabby cats win out with me (mine have "trained" the terriers, too!). Their beautiful feline faces just get me every time!!

Diane Gall

I would like to submit nice pet photos for the calendar - is it too late?

Debi

JUST PUT ALL FOUR PICS TOGETHER, MAKE A COLLAGE!!!!!!!!! HELLO, IT'S NOT ROCKET SCIENCE.

Christi Crockett

Our animals love us unconditionally despite our shortcomings. If it were about spelling I would have never earned the heart of an animal. Point is they see past what we consider flaws, if only this were true with humanity. No wonder we seek out the love of animals.

Christi Crockett

Our animals love us unconditionally despite our shortcomings. If it were about spelling I would have never earned the heart of an animal. Point is they see past what we consider flaws, if only this were true with humanity. No wonder we seek out the love of animals.

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