San Francisco News
300 pets adopted from Macy's holiday display
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Puppies and kittens seem to be a pretty popular holiday gifts this year.
So far this season, there's been a good response to the adorable pets featured for adoption at the Macy's store in San Francisco's Union Square
The SPCA said Monday that a total of 300 cats and dogs have been adopted from the holiday window display, beating last year's total of 287.
The holiday windows will be up and running until January 5 and the SPCA says it's hopeful it can beat its 2011 number of 332 adoptions.
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