LOS ANGELES — Fans of Penthouse Pet and adult star Tasha Reign can own some of her latest photos, while supporting a charitable cause through the purchase of her 2015 Tasha’s Pets Calendar.
Reign is donating 100 percent of the proceeds from the calendar to the non-profit charities The Animal Rescue Alliance and Farm Sanctuary.
The calendar, available exclusively on TashasPets.com, features the blonde in 12 sexy poses, handpicked by Reign herself. Reign is seen in a bikini on the beach, pretty lingerie, a schoolgirl outfit, a hot cheerleader ready for fun and more.
To see calendar photos or purchase the 2015 Tasha’s Pets Calendar, click here.
“My fans have been asking me to do a calendar and I finally did it and for a good cause! I am very proud to announce that all the proceeds from the calendar will go to the Animal Rescue Alliance and Farm Sanctuary," Reign said. “It's important for all of us to make an effort towards animals because they don't have a voice for themselves. If we all give a little bit in different aspects of our lives, maybe there will be a better life for them in the future.”
The Animal Rescue Alliance was established in 2011 by Kelly Holland, managing director of Penthouse Entertainment, to rescue, provide sanctuary and find homes for abused and abandoned animals. Located in a four-acre ranch in Chatsworth, Calif., the non-profit organization has found countless homes for animals from homeless strays, feral and farm animals, as well as rescues from kill shelters and hoarding situations.
“We’re very pleased to join with Tasha and receive her support and that of her fans,” Holland said. “The work of rescuing animals of all kinds is ongoing and growing each day so we are very grateful to Tasha and all of our friends and supporters for their generosity.”
Farm Sanctuary is a non-profit organization established in 1986 to protect farm animals through farm sanctuaries in Watkins Glen, New York; Northern California and the Los Angeles area. The organization rescues animals and provides shelter and sanctuary for them while educating people about the impact of factory farming on animals, health and the environment.
For more information, The Animal Rescue Alliance is online at TheAnimalRescueAlliance.org or e-mail Kelly@theanimalrescuealliance.org.