Shirtless male models, signature cocktails and a catwalk. It wasn't anything out of the ordinary Saturday at . Well, maybe the cats.
West Hollywood's popular gay bar hosted a themed bash over the weekend for the launch of Found Animals Foundation's "6 Packs/9 Lives" calendar, feautring a bevy of cat-loving men posing for a cause.
Why cats? The organization dedicated to animal rescue says cats fare the worst in our shelter system. An astounding three out of four cats that enter a Los Angeles shelter are euthanized, as opposed to one of every three dogs, according to the foundation. One hundred percent of all proceeds from calendar sales are to be donated to spay and neuter initiatives in L.A.
Saturday's event featured shirtless male models in a "cat walk-off," celebrity photographer and the creative force behind the NoH8 Campaign, Adam Bouska, and a signature Oxley gin cocktail, "Cat on a Hot Gin Roof." Scroll through our photos for a peek inside.