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Here’s That ‘Hot Guys And Baby Animals’ Calendar You’ve Been Looking For

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Let’s see, this year we’ve had calendars featuring cheerleaders flaunting sustainable clothing, Betty White flanked by scantily clad men, sexy ladies in sexy positions with solar panels, lingerie models slaughtering animals, and raw food lovers showing off their raw bods. What’s left? Oh yes, “Hot Guys and Baby Animals“.

Of course, beyond the eye candy this is one calendar that is actually trying to make a difference. Many of the animals featured are actually in foster care and available for adoption. Partial proceeds of the calendar are going to the SF SPCA as well as several other nonprofit animal rescues such as the Bunny World Foundation.

As the press release quips, the men “are not up for adoption, but may be in need of rescuing.” Green bonus: All products are all printed in North America on 50% post consumer recycled paper.

Go get some cuddly studs here.

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