Weekend Cat Blogging: Holiday Windows

This weekend, we present some of the cats featured in the Macy’s SF/SPCA Holiday Windows. Every year during the holidays, San Francisco SPCA teams up with Macy’s in San Francisco to feature adoptable pets in the holiday window displays at their main store in Union Square.

Here are couple of kittens in one window:

and this handsome black cat:

Many passers-by in this busy shopping district were surprised and delighted by the live animals in the displays.   We at CatSynth certainly hope that some of these animals, including the cats featured above, find new homes as a result of this program.

To find out more about the program, including when to see the animals and how you can contribute, please visit the official Macy’s SF/SPCA Holiday Windows site.


Weekend Cat Blogging #238 will be hosted by our friends at the House of the (Mostly) Black Cats.

Carnival of the Cats will be going up this Sunday at When Cats Attack!.

And of course the Friday Ark is at the modulator.

Happy Holidays!

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6 Responses to “Weekend Cat Blogging: Holiday Windows”

  1. HotMBC aka The Hotties Says:

    Dat is reely cool. Macy’s is nise to do dat.
    Fanks for joinin weekend cat bloggin!
    Purrrrrrrrrrrrrrs,
    Sanjee and tha resta tha Hotties

  2. Sniffie and the Florida Furkids Says:

    We hope that those kitties get forever homes!!

    Sniffie and the Florida Furkids

  3. Mickey Says:

    What a really nice idea!! We hope those kitties (and others) find forever homes!!

    Purrs Mickey, Georgia & Tillie

  4. Mog Says:

    I notice the kitties are all black. Is that cause you like black cats? Hoping they get adopted as being in a store window isn’t the best way to spend the holidays.

  5. CatSynth Says:

    Well, I am partial to black cats, but it was to a certain degree a coincidence that the black-cat photos were the ones that came out the best (i.e., least problems with glare, reflection, etc.). There are a lot of black cats waiting for adoption, though.

    The cats are rotated through on different days and times, so they don’t spend the whole time over the holidays in the window. I certainly hope they all get adopted. I did see one girl in a window playing with a cat, I am thinking (hoping) that she might have been getting acquainted ahead of an adoption.

  6. Kitty Says:

    How much is that kitty, in the window? Meow meow? :)
    cute kitties.