Meet the creeps at ‘UnLucky’s Halloween Photo Shoot’ in Penticton

Jason Voorhees, Michael Myers and Freddy Kreuger are dying to meet you and your pet

Calling all the Penticton ghouls and goblins, and their pets, for the Meet and Creeps photoshoot event at Lucky’s Pet Supply happening on Saturday!

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You and your pet can dress up in your Halloween finest and stop by the pet store, located at 104-2100 Main St., to grab a photo with some of the holiday’s creepiest killers – Freddy Krueger, Jason Voorhees and Michael Myers! The “UnLucky’s Halloween Photo Shoot” kicks off at 10 a.m. and photos will be printed on the spot for you and your pet to take home and cherish.

The cost for the photoshoot is by donation for the store’s new “catio” for their rescued cats.

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