‘Firefighters and Felines’ Calendar: Perfect Gift for the Cat Lover

“Firefighters and felines.

That`s the theme of a new 2018 calendar coming out of Stanislaus County. The goal? To raise money for the Cat Network of Stanislaus and animal rescues from the North Bay fires. The calendar also lists cats that are looking to be adopted by their `fur-ever` families.”

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Firemen are the epitome of machismo, and calendars featuring firemen in beefcake poses is a time-honored tradition. You will find firemen calendars in the kitchens of suburban women, and in the bedrooms of urban gays.

Firefighters and felines are inextricably linked, a firefighter rescuing a kitten from a tree is a cliché, so a calendar featuring burly firemen and cute cats makes purr-fect sense.

This calendar validates the fact that masculine men love cats. I love football, fast cars, beautiful women and cats, and that`s not a contradiction but an affirmation of my innate machismo.

The proceeds from the sale of the “firefighters and felines” calendar benefits the Cat Network of Stanislaus, support this excellent cause and buy a calendar.

Calendars are up for sale at Caldrons Pet Choice: 3507 Tully Rd Suite 80-85 in Modesto.

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Firefighters Rescue Woman With Leg Stuck in Toilet

“Firefighters in China rescued a woman who was trapped in a bathroom when her leg became stuck in a toilet for six hours.

Firefighters said the woman was freed after about six hours of rescue attempts.”


This story begs the question: Why did the lady stick her leg in a toilet? Was she trying to unclog her toilet? That`s disgusting, ever hear of a plunger, lady?

If you were stuck in the same predicament what would you do? I would never, under any circumstances, stick my leg in a toilet. But if an evil fairy hypnotized me and ordered me to do the unthinkable, I would be too embarrassed to call 911.

I`d rather stay stuck in the toilet for days until I lost so much weight that I would finally be able to free my leg.

One more question, why the hell did it take the clueless firefighters six hours to free the hapless lady? If I lived in China and my cat was stuck in a tree, I`d never call the emergency number. It would take too long for the fools to figure out how to save my kitty, and they might just eat if they were able to reach it. I would just climb the dam tree myself.

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