Veterinary Students Pose for Charity Calendar

Proceeds from the $20 calendar benefit Cornell University Hospital For Animals’ Patient Assistance Fund.

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There are various ways to raise money for charity. One of the most effective is calendars, especially when they involve attractive people and animals (trust me on this; this week alone I’ve written about three such calendars). The latest is the annual Men of the Vet School calendar released by the Cornell University's College of Veterinary Medicine's Omega Tau Sigma veterinary fraternity.

The calendar, which raises money for the Cornell University Hospital For Animals' Patient Assistance Fund, features male veterinary students (shirtless, of course) with cute animals, including chickens, cats, dogs and horses. As for the vet students, the fraternity’s chair, Samantha Lovering told Refinery29, “At the vet school, we work incredibly hard, and it can be pretty stressful at times. The guys at Omega Tau Sigma came up with the idea a few years ago as a way to raise money while having some fun and keeping things light, and the whole fraternity ran with it.”

 

#tbt to Blossom and her Brazilian boys #brazilians #cows

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Last year the calendar raised $1,200 for the Patient Assistance Fund. Click here to purchase the 2016 Men of the Vet School calendar.

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