Teen Wolf season 6 marks the end of MTV’s hit werewolf series, and the show is offering fans one last chance to visit the set.
Are you a huge Teen Wolf fan? Have you always wanted to visit the set? Here’s your chance to get everything you’ve ever wanted and do some good at the same time.
Kitten Rescue is a non-profit, volunteer-run organization dedicated to finding homes for unwanted cats and kittens, and Teen Wolf wants to raise some money to help them continue to rescue our furry friends.
Even a werewolf can appreciate that!
There’s currently an eBay listing from the animal welfare group asking for a minimum donation of $500. If you and your closest friend (or family member) can get enough together to win the bid, you’ll be well on your way to Beacon Hills.
Here are the details:
LAST CHANCE TO BE THE ALPHA OF YOUR PACK!
After six successful seasons Teen Wolf is ending but you have one last chance to see where the magic and mayhem are made with a personal tour of the set! You and a friend will see the writer’s room, the shooting set including the Library, the Sheriff’s station, the bloodiest hospital this side of the Mississippi along with the post-production facilities. You’ll get to meet some of the people that have been bringing Teen Wolf to a “rabid” fan base for six seasons of friendship, romance, and buckets of blood.
You have to be able to travel to Los Angeles either in February or the first two weeks in March of 2017 because after that the pack will be gone! Participants under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Airfare and transportation to/from the set (San Fernando Valley, CA) and accommodations are not included. It’s best to be flexible as production and shooting dates change rapidly.
All proceeds go to benefit Kitten Rescue, a Los Angeles-based non-profit organization dedicated to saving homeless and abandoned cats and kittens.
The set of Teen Wolf won’t be around forever, so don’t miss out on this awesome opportunity!
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