All of us look forward to the weekend, even if our “weekend” is a Thursday. This weekend is definitely something to look forward to, because the Humane Society of Wichita Falls is teaming up with Petco to have a really fun adoption event. It’s called their Spring Festival, and it’s your chance to get some tasty food, see some awesome animals, and even adopt a new member of the family.

The event takes place in the Petco parking lot on Saturday, April 21st, from 12:00 to 4:00. This is a big fundraiser for the Humane Society, so even if you just come by and get a snack, your money is going toward a good cause. It’s more than just adorable pets! At the event you can take advantage of:

PAWS Graduation – This is at the start of the festival, and it highlights the accomplishments of kids who have been working with pets. Come out and cheer them on!

Fuzzy’s Taco – They’ll be on site offering up their tasty food, and much of the proceeds goes right into the animal shelter.

Bake Sale – You know you want something soft, sweet, and gooey, but you don’t want to make it at home. Here’s your chance to let someone else do the cooking!

Balloon Artist – I’ve always wondered how these guys can make an elephant out of a balloon and not pop it. It truly is an art form.

Bouncy House – Kids love animals and kids love bouncing. They’re both taking place at one event, so this is the ideal place to bring your family. Plus, if the kids bounce around a lot, it’ll make them tired so they’ll sleep better that night. I know how this stuff works.

Doggy Kissing Booth – I saved this one until last because it’s just so awesome. Holly Scheller, Executive Director for the Humane Society, says that no, the dog doesn’t get a breath mint, you’re simply getting a big sloppy dog kiss. I’m stoked.

Even if you’re not looking to adopt a pet, this is still a great event to come out for. Any money raised by the Humane Society goes toward a worthy cause, and you’re helping to save the lives of animals. Click here to see the animals currently up for adoption, and consider adoption before purchasing a pet.