MEOW! Hot Aussie firemen cuddle with cute animals for charity

Cute cats, dogs, alpacas AND hot, sexy firemen? Woah, dreams really do come true!

Just when you thought the annual Australian Firefighters Calendar couldn’t get any better, they go ahead and team up some smokin’ hot heroic firemen with ridiculously adorable rescue animals.

Say hello to the 2020 Australian Firefighters Calendar – AKA the new gift on the top of your Christmas wishlist.


It’s extra steamy with a side of incredibly sweet, and this year there’s not one, but SIX calendars to choose from… phwoar, that’s one way to get the heart rate up!

“This year we have produced 6 unique calendars for 2020, featuring Australia’s hottest firefighters with rescue cats, dogs and horses… We have also produced calendars featuring Australian native animals and even a farm animal edition” director David Rogers told myGC.

The Australian Firefighters Calendar has a rich past of supporting some of Australia’s biggest Children’s Hospital organisations, however this year the organisation decided to support local, smaller charities with more of a focus on native Australian, rescue, and therapy animals.

“We felt that it was important to help some of the smaller charities that the public never hears about,” Rogers said.

“These grass roots organisations work tirelessly in their local community making a huge difference to people’s lives”

One of the charity’s that the proceeds from the sale of the calendars will be going towards is the Gold Coast’s very own Currumbin Wildlife Hospital.

The animal hospital has has been caring for injured native Australian animals for over 70 years and this year will treat over 11,000 injured animals.

It’s understood the donated funds from the calendar will go towards purchasing new equipment and fund research into diseases affecting the koala population, which is an even better reason for you to get your paws on the hottest (and cutest) calendar EVER.

Another charity that will benefit from the sale of the calendars is Healing Hooves, which was setup to help children suffering with Autism and Asperger’s. The charity now also helps returned veterans suffering from PTSD and older people with Dementia and Alzheimer’s.

You can purchase the Calendars from the website here.

And whilst you wait for the big package to arrive in the mail, here’s a sneak peek of some of the behind the scenes action… You’re welcomeeee!

Dog Calendar Photoshoot:

Cat Calendar Photoshoot:

Wildlife Calendar Photoshoot:
Molly the Alpaca and Hamish: