Fur, Fall, Fun! Front Street Animal Shelter Haunted Open House | Animal Lovers
We’re going for a record adoption day!
Sacramento, CA – On Sunday, October 28, 2012, the City of Sacramento’s Front Street Animal Shelter, located at 2127 Front Street, will open its doors for the 2nd Annual Haunted Open House from 12 p.m. – 4 p.m. for a day full of Fur! Fall! and Fun!
Tricks and Treats galore will be found at this event. The Front Street Animal Shelter invites guests to enjoy free hot dogs, cotton candy, snow cones, and popcorn. In addition, Booker T’s Catering, Rubio’s, Peet’s Coffee & Tea, Vic’s Ice Cream and Cupcake Craving will be serving samples of their tasty treats. (While supplies last.) Other treats include a bounce house and children’s game area, face painting, local vendors, and live music by Roni and the Flight. For tricks, 8 dog kennels will be decorated for the “Pimp My Crib” contest and guests are invited to brave the Haunted House.
Guests will have the opportunity to purchase special tickets for $5 to be entered into a drawing for an $800 value Sacramento Kings experience package. Many other prizes, donated by local businesses, will be offered in a general $1 drawing.
Attendees are encouraged to bring cans or a bag of cat food or dog food to benefit Titanic’s Pantry, a free pet food bank open to families in need.
The Front Street Animal Shelter has made significant strides in saving animals over the past year. Since 2011, there has been nearly a 100% increase in adoptions, helping thousands of homeless pets find their new homes. The goal for the 2nd Annual Open House event is to have a record adoption day with more than 50 pets finding their new families.
This event is sponsored in part by Bayer and Pfizer.
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