"6 Packs/9 Lives" Campaign Promotes Cats for Adoption
"For every animal adopted from a shelter, three lives are saved," Gilbreath said. "In that context, our sexy calendar may reflect a tremendous impact on the animal shelter system nationally."
Proceeds from the calendar, distributed by the largest calendar publisher worldwide, BrownTrout Publishers, will be used to improve the lives of shelter animals and support various initiatives including spay and neuter services, microchip programs, and adoption of shelter animals and homeless cats and dogs globally.
To brand the campaign and boost global public awareness, Bouska will bring his artistry and unique style to photograph the hot men and their cats. Bouska’s work has been featured within various mediums including The New York Times, Life & Style magazine, Guinness Book of World Records 2010, Chelsea Lately, The TODAY Show, The View, CNBC, and more. He also is noted for his work with celebrities such as Barry Manilow, Meghan McCain, Deepak Chopra and Lisa Ling.
Individuals will be able to vote on the twelve "6 Packs/9 Lives" calendar men and their cats online, and winners will be announced September 2010 at FoundAnimals.org.
For anyone who cannot attend the open casting, e-mail a digital video submission no longer than three minutes to email@example.com. The video must be of the contestant and his cat, with an explanation of why the cat is a great companion, why the pair should be selected for the calendar and why the contestant could not attend the live casting.
The submission also should include any form of proof that the contestant is the owner of his cat, including paid vet bills, past photos of the contestant and his cat and a bill or receipt that expresses rightful ownership.
To learn more about the “6 Packs/9 Lives” Calendar Campaign or Found Animals, e-mail Michael Gilman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tell us what you think about ““6 Packs/9 Lives” Campaign Promotes Cats for Adoption“ below. Send us your story ideas by e-mailing us at email@example.com.
We’ve all grown accustomed to the many fundraisers and charitable events that the pet industry produces for homeless pets. From pet food companies… more ›