This weekend you can bring your dog to SIFF Cinema Uptown in Lower Queen Anne this weekend to watch the premier of Rescue Dogs The Movie. SIFF is showing the movie at Noon on Saturday, April 2 and Sunday, April 3.
Here’s a description of the movie from the SIFF website: “Rescue Dogs is a comedy of errors and manners that follows Tracy and his rescue dog Charger as they attempt to foil the plans of an evil businessman who wants to knock over their beach restaurant in order to build his golf course. Featuring real rescue dogs (and a rescue cat and a rescue hamster) as the lead characters, this heartwarming story shows how rescue animals can sometimes return the favor by saving their owners with their unconditional love and care.”
“Rescue Dogs” is a first-of-its-kind family movie that actually stars real rescue dogs (and a rescue cat and a rescue hamster) as the lead characters. And the company releasing the movie is teaming up with 20 animal rescues to host animal adoption events during opening weekend.
In Seattle, Emerald City Pet Rescue will host adoption events on Saturday and Sunday from 11AM-3PM at Mud Bay which is located just a few steps away SIFF. You can also win raffle prizes from Bark Happy.