A group of daring vet students stripped naked for a good cause, posing naked alongside adorable animals such as horses and puppies for a new 2023 calendar.
A group of daring students stripped naked for a naked calendar, which is now raising funds for a good cause.
Third-year vets from Australia’s Camden Farms Student Society have been posing naked alongside some adorable furry companions, including puppies and horses.
The students hope that their project, Flash for Floods, will raise funds for the Australian Red Cross, which will use the funds to assist flood victims.
Grace stated: “[The photoshoot] was a lot of fun. We shot it last weekend in Camden over two days in a variety of locations. It was a lot of fun, and I think everyone had a good time. There were a lot of laughs, and there were a lot of different animals, which you can see in the calendar. It was a fun time.”
She added that the animals on set were sometimes “unpredictable,” so the crew had to roll with the punches.
“Naturally, I think we’re good at working with animals – the fact that we were naked was an added bonus!” She stated.
“We had planned and structured the photoshoot quite well, but the animals will do what the animals will do, so it was a bit unpredictable and we had to roll with it at times.”
“However, it’s amazing what you can conceal with an Akubra [Australian hat].”
Meanwhile, Hamish stated that the young vets were scared “only a little bit.”
“I think I was naturally a little nervous when we first started, but it felt very natural as we got into it.”
When asked if it was the girls’ idea to strip naked for charity, Hamish replied, “No, us boys were all for it.”
This is the vets’ 13th annual calendar for charity, and each year the project benefits a different good cause.
“We chose the Australian Red Cross because of the current flood crisis,” Lia explained.
“We live in Camden for the majority of the year, so we personally experienced a lot of the devastating repercussions that came with the floods, whether it was local businesses being closed [or whether it affected] our farms and animals, so this cause is really close to our hearts.”
Flooding has devastated various parts of Australia this year.