Who'll Be the ASPCA's 2014 Calendar Cover Model? Cast Your Vote!

Monday, August 5, 2013 - 1:15pm

Every year, the ASPCA creates a top-quality wall calendar that we give out to our friends and supporters. These calendars feature ASPCA team members and their adopted pets—and around the office, competition to make it into the calendar is pretty steep!

We're putting our 2014 calendar together right now, and staffers 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 the sweet, adopted subjects, and then cast your vote for our 2014 Cover Dog or Cat. The pet whose photo gets the most votes will have his or her face in homes all over America!

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You can't go wrong with any of these sweet faces on the cover!


We also adopted an Australian Shepherd named Jenny who is a fun loving goofball! In her honor I'm voting for Deacon. Who could resist that face?


My preference is cats although I have both in my home, but I had to vote for Deacon. He is the happiest looking dog I ever saw.


I think ALL 4 should be featured on the cover -


Tough choice, but I'll vote for Deacon. His seemingly irrepressible happiness reminds me of my adopted Corgidor, also a rescue.

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Suzanne Hastay

I picked the all black cat, because some people do not like them. I think all the animal choices are wonderful, however.


Even my 2 cats urged me to vote for Deacon!


Love All Animals And I Just Can't Pass Up A Beautiful Animal Face! I HAD To Vote For Deacon!


They're all really adorable and have amazing stories. Penny reminds me a little bit of my bigger terrier mix, so, as biased as I am, I had to vote for her.

Marilyn Suarez

I must vote for Kenya... Black cats are really special and I know they are perhaps the hardest to place for adoption. I think a cover of one is a very good idea