Macy’s Holiday Windows Unveiling

Macy's Holiday Windows - 2014

Growing up in the Bay Area, the Macy’s Holiday Windows have always been one of my favorite delights of the season. The only thing better than puppies and kittens are puppies and kittens for a great cause. In case you aren’t familiar with the holiday windows program, every year Macy’s Union Square puts together the most elaborate holiday window displays for adoptable puppies and kittens to romp around in. The windows bring joy to holiday shoppers but also much needed awareness of the San Francisco SPCA and the abundance of adorable animals available for adopting. Over the past nine years, this program has helped over 2,300 animals find homes and raised over $400,000 for the San Francisco SPCA.

Please join me, Q102 radio host Freska, and the one and only Grumpy Cat, this Friday at 5pm for the unveiling of the 28th annual Macy’s Holiday Windows display.

Macy’s Union Square

at the corner of O’Farrell & Stockton Streets

Friday, 11/21 at 5:00 pm

Early arrival is recommended because the streets will fill up quick. Be sure to follow and tweet @Macys for all the action. I hope to see you there!


p.s. if you’re not in the area, check back soon for the live puppy and kitten cam on


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2 Responses

  1. Julie @ Running in a Skirt November 20, 2014 / 6:02 am

    How did I not know about this! I want to travel just to see it!
    Great promotion for such a good cause.

    • Chelsea Pearl November 22, 2014 / 3:37 pm

      Last night it was so much fun! Lots of “oohs” and “awws” when the curtains came down. Sadly I can’t have a pet at my current apartment, so I love supporting events like this dedicated to animals that need homes!

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