Hot Australian Firefighters Heat Up International Scene For Animal Cha
Each year, Australia’s Sexiest Firefighters Calendar heats our months up with the hottest men posing. Last year, the calendar posts went viral as the firefighters posed with the most adorable kittens.
Because the calendar was such a huge hit, David Rogers, who is the Director of the Australian Firefighters Calendar, said that it only made sense for them to consider an international calendar of the world’s hottest firefighters. He’s invited firefighters from all over the globe to vie for 11 spots in the world’s first International Firefighters Calendar.
And, because the kittens were such a huge hit, and helped generate donations for animals in Australia, the 2019 photo shooting season will include a cat calendar, and the participants from the different countries will also be raising funds for animal charities in their respective countries.
Join us behind the scenes on this year’s photo shoot for the 2019 Australian Firefighters Dog Calendar! 👨🏼🚒🐶❤️www.australianfirefighterscalendar.com/calendars/2019-firefighters-calendar-dog-calendar
Posted by Australian Firefighters Calendar To The Rescue on Sunday, October 14, 2018
The men will gather in April of 2018 on the Gold Coast of Australia and Rogers says that there’s already been huge interest in the calendar from Asia, Portugal, Spain, Mexico and South America. Rogers says that the 2019 Cat Calendar will now be in the lineup with the ever-popular Dog, Animal and Hot Firefighter calendars that raise money for charitable organizations. Every calendar for this season will feature animals, and Rogers says that the intent behind the calendars is to help support organizations that take care of and find homes for abused animals.
One of the recipients of this year’s funds is the Australian Zoo Wildlife Hospital. Well known as “Crocodile Hunter” Steve Irwin’s zoo, his children now follow in his footsteps and set their legacy with the animals. Irwin’s daughter Bindi said they are excited to be part of the 2019 Australian Firefighters Calendar project to help Australian native wildlife, and son Robert said that he thinks the calendar is a great way to feature their animals in a way that will help others connect.
Connect to hot firefighters? You bet!
Already the Australian Firefighters Calendar has donated nearly $3 million to varying Australian charities and now Rogers says they’re gonna spread the love (and muscles!) to international organizations as well.
We are a-okay with that!
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