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Pinup pets wanted for Humane Society calendar


    Athena was featured in last year’s Pets in Paradise calendar.

The Hawaiian Humane Society is looking for the next pinup models for its 2018 Pets in Paradise calendar.

Pet photos are being posted on the Hawaiian Humane Society website as they are received throughout June. Entries will receive one vote for every $1 donated to the photo (minimum $5 donation required), with proceeds benefiting the agency’s programs and services.

The three photos with the most votes at the end of the month will appear in the society’s newsletter, and the winning pets will get a goody basket, a photo session with a professional photographer and a spot in the calendar. The calendar cover model will be selected separately by a panel of judges, with the winner also getting a professional photo session.

All entrants get a shot at being in the calendar.

Entry guidelines:

>> $25 donation per photo, submitted online through noon June 30 or in person or by mail through June 28.

>> No people in photos, just pets, but photos may contain more than one pet.

>> Photo must be in a horizontal format.

>> Digital entries must be available in a high-resolution file, at least 300 dpi and 1 megabyte in size; photo prints should be at least 4 by 6 inches.

Find complete rules at or call 356-2247.

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