How much is that kitty in the window? SPCA showcases potential adoptees at Macy's

Joseph Schell/Special to The Examiner

Joseph Schell/Special to The Examiner

Ozzy Oguz and daughter Denise take a moment to look at one of the kittens up for adoption that are being displayed at Macy’s. The San Francisco Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is partnering with Macy’s for the 25th straight year to help kittens and puppies get adopted. Last year, about 300 animals were adopted through the holiday program.Bay Area NewsLocalMacy’sSan Francisco

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