Much Love Animal Rescue, with the support of Secure-A-Pet, will hold its third annual Bow Wow Wow Howlywood celebrity fundraising pawty on Saturday, August 22, at The Lot in Hollywood, 1041 N. Pointsettia Place.

A star-studded affair, this night of comedy, festive food and drink and a silent auction, features special tributes to Priscilla Presley for her generosity towards animals, rescuing horses, and other charitable efforts; to United Talent Agent Jacob Fenton for his unwavering support of Much Love; and Animal Advocates Carole Raphaelle Davis & Carol Sax for their relentless efforts to ban puppy mills.

A night to hobnob with four-legged-friend-loving celebrities and support Much Love’s mission to rescue homeless animals and place them in safe and loving environments, Bow Wow WOW is a tradition of good times and generous support. Last year’s guest list included a roster of Hollywood’s who’s who including consistent Much Love supporters such as Denise Richards, Kate Walsh, Tori Spelling, Kevin Nealon, Paula Abdul, Jamie King, Amy Smart, Jillian Reynolds and Jerry O'Connell, among others. Guests are sure to HOWL with laughter at comedians including Bill Burr and more; PURR with pleasure over Chef Gary Arabia’s global vegetarian cuisine, and MARK their territory in a compelling and competitive silent auction.

Ticket prices to Bow Wow WOW Howlywood are $200 per person or $1800 per table of ten. VIP tickets are $300 and include a private cocktail hour to mingle with comedians and celebrities, VIP parking and extravagant gift bags. Tickets may be purchased at www.muchlove.org or by emailing tickets@muchlove.org.

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