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Put a pet calendar on your iPhone

No, not a calendar for your pet, but rather a month-at-a-glance calendar starring oh-so-cute kittens, puppies, dog breeds, and the like. Just don't expect much functionality.

Awwww, so cute! The animals are the stars of these calendar apps, which, unfortunately, have little practical value.

If you're the kind of person who melts at the sight of kittens, puppies, and other furry friends, check out The site is home to two dozen animal-themed calendars for iPhone and iPod Touch.

Specifically, these are like small-screen replacements for those month-at-a-glance calendars people traditionally hang on the wall.

Consequently, they're best suited to people who dock their devices at their desks, where the calendar can stay visible throughout the day.

The selections include cats, kittens, puppies, and over a dozen individual dog breeds (from Beagle to Yorkshire Terrier). Coming soon: nonanimal calendars like flowers, beaches, nature, and, um, Obama.

Each calendar costs 99 cents. Unfortunately, they're really nothing more than image collections; they don't tie into your regular calendar at all. The sole interaction you have with the app is swiping between months (or tapping the superfluous, photo-obscuring Back/Next buttons).

Of course, serious animal-lovers won't care. If you want to save a tree this year and relegate your cute-critter calendar to your iPhone, now you can.