Firefighter Calendar To The Rescue of Shelter Animals

Sunday, December 10, 2006 |

Click to learn more...The Los Angeles Fire Department is pleased to team up with the Best Friends Animal Society to create a 16-month charity calendar, themed 'Rescue L.A.'

This unique calendar features Firefighters posing with shelter dogs in need of rescue, personal pets the Firefighters have rescued from shelters or the streets - and canines that do search and rescue.

As a bonus, the calendar includes information regarding animal welfare and shelter adoption, as well as seasonal fire and life safety tips that focus on disaster preparedness.

Best of all, proceeds from calendar sales directly benefit Los Angeles Animal Shelters, which are facing a terrible overpopulation crisis. Hundreds of thousands of animals go into the shelters, but only about 1/3 get adopted.

You can provide your household with easily accessible emergency information, while assisting animals in need, by simply purchasing one of these unique and heartwarming calendars.

These calendars sell fast, so please order yours now!

For complete information about the calendar:

Submitted by Brian Humphrey, Spokesman
Los Angeles Fire Department

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Anonymous said...

Brian, are you one of the firefighters in the calendar? The calendar sounds like a very good idea! Are the firefighters wearing turnouts in the photographs?

LAFD Media and Public Relations said...

Dear Anonymous,

I'm sadly not one of the LAFD members who have the honor of appearing along these wonderful pets.

I am however, among the first to buy one of these must-have items, which will feature actual Los Angeles Firefighters attired in a variety of uniforms.

While it's certainly not calendar material, I am proud of my picture with 'Bella The Wonder Dog', LAFD's infamous search and rescue canine - that will not be appearing in this or any other calendar.

Please don't wait to order your calendar, they'll be selling fast!

Respectfully Yours in Safety and Service,

Brian Humphrey
Public Service Officer
Los Angeles Fire Department

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