HART Cincinnati Launches Pet Photo Calendar Contest

The second annual pet photo calendar contest launches today

Starting today you can enter your pet into the HART Cincinnati (Homeless Animal Rescue Team) second annual pet photo calendar contest. Each photo is $5.00 to enter with an unlimited number of entries, although each photo will count as an individual entry, and votes across entries of the same pet will not be combined. Photos are to be of pets only and may not include humans or wildlife. More than one pet can be in each photo entered. Entries will be accepted online through 9:00 p.m. on July 17, 2022, and voting on the entered photos will being starting at 9:01 p.m. the same day. Votes are $1.00 each. Voting in the contest ends on Sunday, August 7 at 9:00 p.m. HART will receive 100% of all entry and voting fees for the contest.

The entry receiving the most votes in the contest will be featured on the cover of HART’s 2023 12-month color calendar. The next 12 highest vote-getters will be featured on a month in the calendar and all entries will be included in a photo collage within the calendar. Calendars can be pre-ordered on the calendar contest page.

To enter the contest visit the contest website at: https://www.gogophotocontest.com/hartcincinnati

Businesses are also encouraged to support the calendar fundraiser and can be included in the Community Business Directory by emailing HARTcalendar [at] gmail.com.

The Homeless Animal Rescue Team (HART) of Cincinnati is a non-profit animal rescue serving the cities and counties of Southwest Ohio/Northern Kentucky/areas of West Virginia and is 100% volunteer-run.  HART does not have a physical location and all animals under their care reside in foster homes until they are adopted by their forever families.  The rescue receives no government funding and relies entirely on donations and monies raised through fundraisers like the calendar contest to provide all necessary veterinary care for the animals until their adoption—this includes vaccinations, spay/neuter, heartworm and flea prevention, microchips, and any needed specialized surgeries/therapies.

To enter the contest or to view all of the contest details, visit the contest website.

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