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Don’t miss a free screening of ‘A Dog’s Purpose’ this Sunday

a dog's purpose

Join the Mission Viejo Community of Character Committee for a free screening of the heartwarming feature film “A Dog’s Purpose” at 1:15 pm on Sunday, April 24 in the Council Chamber at 200 Civic Center.

“A Dog’s Purpose” is based on the best-selling novel of the same name.  The movie, which highlight’s this month’s character of “service,” shares the soulful and delightful story of a devoted dog who finds the meaning of his own existence through the lives of the humans he loves and serves.

The film stars Josh Gad, Dennis Quaid, and Peggy Lipton. In the 1950s, a feral puppy named Toby is born, wondering about life's true purpose. Two weeks later, Toby is whisked away to the dog pound and euthanized.  His spirit is reincarnated as a newborn Red Retriever puppy in 1961. Toby leaves his cage at a puppy mill and is found by two garbage men who plan to sell him. When they leave to have a drink, Toby is spotted locked inside their pick-up truck by a young boy named Ethan and his mother who rescue him from heatstroke. After they convince Ethan's father, the puppy is allowed to stay and is renamed Bailey.  Over the course of the film, Bailey is reincarnated several times.

See the movie trailer at this link. No reservations are required to attend the free screening.

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