RSPCA calendar now out

johnboy 8 November 2011 2

This in from the RSPCA:

RSPCA ACT CEO Michael Linke today launched the RSPCA ACT 2012 Calendar: Pets – A celebration of our passion.

“Now in its fourth year, the calendar features a photograph of a beloved pet on every day of the year. This fundraising calendar has raised over $30,000 since 2009, with all proceeds going directly toward the animals in care at the RSPCA ACT shelter.” Michael said.

RSPCA ACT cares for over 8,500 animals each year, and relies on community support to continue their work caring for animals that are lost, abandoned, injured and unwanted. With limited government funding, amounting to 14% of our annual budget, the calendar represents a crucial part of our fund raising activities.

This collection of images is a joyous presentation of creatures who are fortunate enough to be dearly loved by their families. The calendar makes a great Christmas gift and a wonderful keepsake.

The RSPCA ACT 2012 calendar is available to purchase at the RSPCA ACT Pet Adoption Centre in Weston for $19.95. Why not visit the shelter this Sunday for the annual Pets Party and pick up your very own copy.

To register your interest for the 2013 calendar and see your pets in print please email

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2 Responses to RSPCA calendar now out
thatsnotme thatsnotme 8:17 pm 08 Nov 11

It’s a great idea, but I wonder how many more could be sold if there was an option to purchase it online, instead of having to visit the RSPCA in person? Add $5 to the purchase price to cover postage and handling (or however much is necessary) for online purchases.

Getting to the shelter isn’t a major journey, but I reckon there would be plenty of people who wouldn’t want to make the trip if it was just to buy a calendar, and it was out of their way.

The website’s already set up for online donations, so it shouldn’t be too hard to set up purchases too. Maybe a bit late for this year, but something to keep in mind for the future.

teej7 teej7 2:28 pm 08 Nov 11

Four years? Goodness, I didn’t even know it existed. What a great idea.

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