This Christmas SPCA San Francisco and Macy’s teamed up to showcase the adorable adoptables at the 26th Annual Holiday Window at Macy’s on Union Square in San Francisco. This years windows, inspired by iconic San Francisco neighborhoods, bring holiday cheer to life with furry models who frolic in enchanting displays which every year brings delight with adoptable cats and dogs.
The tradition has continued for twenty six years and every Christmas shoppers look forward to pressing their noses up against the windows to see the adoptable dogs and cats in elaborately decorated theatrical sets dressed in holiday themes. And every year the event is a smashing success as hundreds of pets are adopted and thousands of dollars are raised, “Last year’s event was the most successful ever; more than 325 animals found new homes and nearly $80,000 was raised for the SF SPCA.”
So, if you’re in the Bay Area you can go see the magic for yourself at Macy’s Union Square. Not in the Bay Area? No problem, they’ve got three live webcams set up here, here, or here for a live view. Now what’s cuter and more Christmasy than that?
Click here to watch live streaming video of adoptable animals in the Macy’s Holiday Windows. Choose from three video streams, each featuring a different Holiday Window!
The cats and dogs available at Macy’s will change daily. You can see all of the animals available through the San Francisco SPCA here. If you want to inquire about a specific animal, please call 415-554-3030.
You can help! Your adoption fees and donations support the many services offered by the San Francisco SPCA throughout the year. The SF SPCA depends entirely on the generosity of supporters like you. Click here to see the ways you can help.
I spent many years working in advertising at Macy’s and I always looked forward to seeing the pets in the windows and the delight on people’s faces despite the maddening crush of holiday shoppers.
Source: SPCA, San Francisco
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