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SF SPCA unveils annual holiday windows at Macy's
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A holiday tradition that helps find homes for hundreds of homeless pets was unveiled Friday.
The San Francisco SPCA showed off its holiday windows at Macy's in Union Square. Last year the event helped 300 cats and dogs get adopted.
Dozens of people crowded around to see the cute critters looking for homes.
Over the past nine years, the holiday windows have helped the SF SPCA raise more than $400,000 and find homes for 2,300 animals.
The adoptable pets will be hanging out at Macy's until Jan. 5.
To learn more about how you can adopt, donate, or volunteer, click here.
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