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DOTD: Sneezy The Squirrel Debuts Wall Calendar

Sneezy the Squirrel made his friends on social media go nuts Monday night when he announced his first ever wall calendar for the upcoming year.

The debut calendar will feature a new Sneezy photo and a “Nutty Fact” about squirrels each month.

We sat down with Sneezy and his owner, Mary Krupa, in 2012. She has a wide collection of hats she puts on Sneezy. Krupa told Onward State she is able to identify Sneezy by the red tuft at the base of her tail.

Sneezy is donning twelve never before seen handmade hats in the calendar.

10 percent of the proceeds from the calendar will benefit The ACRES Project, a local nonprofit organization which is working to foster independence, self-advocacy, and entrepreneurship for individuals with autism and intellectual disabilities in Central Pennsylvania.

You can pick up your 2016 Sneezy calendar for $18 here.

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