The San Francisco SPCA
is once again teaming up with Macy's for Holiday Windows, the annual event where adoptable cats and dogs are showcased in Macy's windows in San Francisco's Union Square between November 21st and January 4th.
The 2013 Holiday Windows event was record breaking, both in terms of adoptions and donations. 343 animals found new homes, and more than $100,000 was raised to support the SF SPCA's year-round life saving programs and services. The SF SPCA is hoping to break both of those records again in 2014.
"We're incredibly grateful to Macy's for their continued support and generosity," said Jason Walthall, SF SPCA Co-President. "More than 8,000 cats and dogs have found loving homes through Holiday Windows. This event has become a tradition, and a true part of the San Francisco holiday spirit."
"Macy's Union Square is proud to continue the tradition of the iconic SF SPCA Holiday Windows", said Rise Hixon, Macy's Union Square Visual Manager. "The windows have become a symbol of the holidays in San Francisco. They help us spread the generosity and spirit of the holiday season by finding loving homes for animals in need and bringing joy to the families that adopt them."
SPCA representatives will be on site while the pets are on display to answer questions from potential adopters.
All of the "creature" comforts are provided for our companions, including temperature control, hidden litter boxes and comfortable spots for those quick catnaps.
If you can't make it to the windows, you can still watch the animals online! All of the windows are equipped with video cameras that stream to sfspca.org/holiday
During the holidays, the SF SPCA will be waiving the adoption fees for all animals adopted at its permanent shelter locations in the Mission and Pacific Heights. For hours and locations, visit sfspca.org/contactvisit