Residents to get early look at new League City Animal Care and Adoption Center

Residents who want to get a sneak peek at how the new League City Animal Care and Adoption Center is coming along will have their chance Friday.

The city and the nonprofit group Friends of the League City Animal Shelter are hosting a preview and fundraising event 7-9 p.m. Nov. 22. Residents can stop by the facility, scheduled to open next year at 755 W. Walker St., and enjoy dinner, drinks, music, valet parking and pet photos with Santa, according to a city press release.


Attendees will be photographed in their fancy outfits as they walk the red carpet upon arrival. Awards will be given to the best-dressed pet, best-dressed owner and pet couple, and best pet holiday costume, the release reads.

Tickets are $40 per person, and proceeds will benefit the Friends of the League City Animal Shelter and go toward projects and supplies to enrich the incoming shelter. Visit www.leaguecity.com/sneakpreview to buy tickets.
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