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.
Every adoptable animal has been medically screened, vaccinated, microchipped and spayed or neutered. Adopters receive a complimentary 30-day insurance policy for their pet.
The SPCA is also seeking volunteers for the windows. Volunteers serve as a vital component to all aspects of the event's success, from meeting and greeting the public and answering their questions to collecting donations, and ultimately helping the animals get adopted. Those interested in signing up to volunteer are encouraged to sign up at http://www.sfspca.org/support/volunteer/volunteer-macys-holiday-windows.
The SF SPCA thanks Macy's for their generous sponsorship, now in its tenth year, on behalf of homeless cats and dogs.