Who Should Be Our Cover Star? Cast Your Vote Today!

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Who Should Be Our Cover Star? Cast Your Vote Today!

Each year, one lucky pet helps spread the ASPCA's message far and wide by earning the coveted cover spot on our annual calendar. This special animal's face will be seen by millions of people across the country, and will serve as an important reminder that all animals deserve a loving home. Who do you think should be our next star? Read a bit about the nominees, then cast your vote for the 2018 ASPCA calendar cover below.
 

BONNIE
After being hit by a car, Bonnie arrived at the ASPCA with a shattered pelvis. A Licensed Vet Tech at our hospital agreed to foster the tiny pup and provide her with physical therapy. But Bonnie didn’t just learn to walk again—she also stole her foster mom’s heart in the process! Now this happy dog loves life with her family and her Puggle sister.
 

LUNA
Luna’s family learned she was deaf shortly after adopting her from an animal shelter in Michigan. At first they struggled to get Luna’s attention, but now a quick finger wiggle is all it takes to get her onto their laps and purring. This special cat finds joy in the little things in life, like leaves blowing in the wind, shadows and twinkling toys.
 

GUS
Gus had a long, tough racing career before he arrived at an equine rescue in Maryland. He soon met an ASPCA staffer who wanted nothing more than to give him the chance to rest, relax and be a horse again. Now fully recovered, he lives in a grass field with his best horse friend, Johnny. He loves to play and run free with his tail up in the air.
 

ROGUE
Rogue was one of nine puppies who came to the ASPCA through our community advocates when a client was having trouble finding homes for each pup. Just two months old at the time, the shy, quiet pit bull quickly won over her new pet parents with a kiss. Now she enjoys chew toys, cuddling and playing big sister to another rescued pup named Mystique.

Who Should Be Our Cover Star? Cast Your Vote Today!

Each year, one lucky pet helps spread the ASPCA's message far and wide by earning the coveted cover spot on our annual calendar. This special animal's face will be seen by millions of people across the country, and will serve as an important reminder that all animals deserve a loving home. Who do you think should be our next star? Read a bit about the nominees, then cast your vote for the 2018 ASPCA calendar cover below.
 

BONNIE
After being hit by a car, Bonnie arrived at the ASPCA with a shattered pelvis. A Licensed Vet Tech at our hospital agreed to foster the tiny pup and provide her with physical therapy. But Bonnie didn’t just learn to walk again—she also stole her foster mom’s heart in the process! Now this happy dog loves life with her family and her Puggle sister.
 

LUNA
Luna’s family learned she was deaf shortly after adopting her from an animal shelter in Michigan. At first they struggled to get Luna’s attention, but now a quick finger wiggle is all it takes to get her onto their laps and purring. This special cat finds joy in the little things in life, like leaves blowing in the wind, shadows and twinkling toys.
 


GUS
Gus had a long, tough racing career before he arrived at an equine rescue in Maryland. He soon met an ASPCA staffer who wanted nothing more than to give him the chance to rest, relax and be a horse again. Now fully recovered, he lives in a grass field with his best horse friend, Johnny. He loves to play and run free with his tail up in the air. 

ROGUE
Rogue was one of nine puppies who came to the ASPCA through our community advocates when a client was having trouble finding homes for each pup. Just two months old at the time, the shy, quiet pit bull quickly won over her new pet parents with a kiss. Now she enjoys chew toys, cuddling and playing big sister to another rescued pup named Mystique.


Who Should Be Our Cover Star? Cast Your Vote Today!

Each year, one lucky pet helps spread the ASPCA's message far and wide by earning the coveted cover spot on our annual calendar. This special animal's face will be seen by millions of people across the country, and will serve as an important reminder that all animals deserve a loving home. Who do you think should be our next star? Read a bit about the nominees, then cast your vote for the 2018 ASPCA calendar cover below.
 

BONNIE
After being hit by a car, Bonnie arrived at the ASPCA with a shattered pelvis. A Licensed Vet Tech at our hospital agreed to foster the tiny pup and provide her with physical therapy. But Bonnie didn’t just learn to walk again—she also stole her foster mom’s heart in the process! Now this happy dog loves life with her family and her Puggle sister.
 

LUNA
Luna’s family learned she was deaf shortly after adopting her from an animal shelter in Michigan. At first they struggled to get Luna’s attention, but now a quick finger wiggle is all it takes to get her onto their laps and purring. This special cat finds joy in the little things in life, like leaves blowing in the wind, shadows and twinkling toys.
 


GUS
Gus had a long, tough racing career before he arrived at an equine rescue in Maryland. He soon met an ASPCA staffer who wanted nothing more than to give him the chance to rest, relax and be a horse again. Now fully recovered, he lives in a grass field with his best horse friend, Johnny. He loves to play and run free with his tail up in the air.

ROGUE
Rogue was one of nine puppies who came to the ASPCA through our community advocates when a client was having trouble finding homes for each pup. Just two months old at the time, the shy, quiet pit bull quickly won over her new pet parents with a kiss. Now she enjoys chew toys, cuddling and playing big sister to another rescued pup named Mystique.


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