Hot New 2007 Christmas Gift That is Not the PS3 - Doggie's Angel 2007 Calendar

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Pin-up calendar comes to rescue of mass euthanasia of homeless Katrina pets.

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is to create unique, exciting and innovative product in order to raise as much money as possible for unfortunate animals that are abandoned, lost, or mistreated. The calendar is the first in our line of products.

This Christmas season, beside the Playstation 3, there's another new must-have cult item on the market: The Doggie's Angel 2007 calendar.

The Doggie's Angel 2007 calendar buzz is rapidly growing. The calendar offer to help the Katrina homeless pets was turned down by many welfare animal organizations because they deemed it too risqué. But the huge demand for the calendar has proven them wrong.

Doggie's Angel, a charitable organization committed to the rescue of homeless animals, has created a unique pin-up/dog calendar featuring some truly winning canines. The charity will contribute 60% of the net proceeds from calendar sales to the Louisiana SPCA for the benefit of a large number of animals displaced by hurricanes Katrina and Rita, according to Vincenza Blescia, founder and executive producer.

There has been much publicity concerning the recovery efforts and many lessons have been learned and changes made. However, the Gulf region still needs our help more then ever. And it so unfortunate that people so easily have a tendency to forget, said Blescia.

Doggie's Angel is not the usual canine calendar. It has been designed to compete with the famous Pirelli tire calendar, with images that are a mix of erotic and artistic, raising the Doggie's Angel to a level far above the typical pinup calendar. Doggie's Angel is a celebration of feminine beauty, presented through the eyes of seven acclaimed photographers: Lionel Deluy, Suza Scalora, Shun & Heideki, Francis Hills, Jeff Xander, Daniel O'Neal, and Michael Maples. These gifted photographers, working with a gorgeous model and some adorable rescued puppies, have created images that define the very ideal of beauty.

Doggie's Angel is well on its way to becoming a cult object for people who love animals, photography and beauty.

"Our mission at Doggie's Angel," said Blescia, "is to create unique, exciting and innovative product in order to raise as much money as possible for unfortunate animals that are abandoned, lost, or mistreated. The calendar is the first in our line of products."

Please support the cause, and don't forget to tell a friend to visit http://www.doggiesangel.com

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