We have some PAWsitively Sweet PAWtners lineup to bring you a special screening of The Secret Life of Pets movie on Saturday, July 9th at Alamo Draft House – Park North, located at 618 NW Loop 410, San Antonio TX 78216, starting at 11:00 am.
This laugh-out-loud movie is for everyone to and will help us raise funds to support SNIPSA and local animal rescue efforts.
General seating tickets are $11 adults and $9 kids. Don’t forget to add the popcorn & refillable drink (soda, iced tea, or water) combo too! General seating is on a first-come, first-serve basis.
VIP seating guarantees you prime seating so you to arrive at anytime – your seats will be reserved and waiting. Each seat includes popcorn and refillable drink (soda, tea, or water) combo and a VIP Swag bag! Enjoy the movie with the best seat in the house and show your support for $40 each.
Pre-movie festivities include raffle items of PAWsitively Sweet items donated by local businesses for you and your canine companions.
Thanks to Camp Bow Wow San Antonio, Rita's on the River, Woof Gang Bakery - Stone Oak, PAWderosa Ranch, Christy Savarino Pet Photography, Kriser's Natural Pet, Spoiled Rotten Pet Care for all their support and helping make this event a success!
Proceeds from the movie event benefit local animal rescue efforts and Spay Neuter Inject Program San Antonio (SNIPSA). Their mission is fourfold: Rescue, Rehabilitate, and ReHome adoptable animals from high kill shelters and the community, and to encourage responsibility within the pet owning population.
Inside of a Manhattan apartment building, a terrier named Max (Louis C.K.) starts to get neglected as a favorite pet when his owner Katie (Ellie Kemper) presents a sloppy mongrel named Duke (Eric Stonestreet), obtained from a dog pound, which results in a rivalry for both of them. But they have to put their quarrels behind when a seemingly adorable white rabbit named Snowball (Kevin Hart) and his army of abandoned pets who call themselves the “Flushed Pets” –launch a criminal conspiracy to exact retaliation on all happily-owned pets and their owners. Meanwhile a Pomeranian named Gidget (Jenny Slate) assembles her own ragtag group of pets to track Max down.