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Monday, November 22, 2010

Puppies! Kitties! Macy's Pet Adoption Display Is Here.

Posted By on Mon, Nov 22, 2010 at 5:05 AM

click to enlarge What kind of cold-hearted bastard are you? Adopt him!
  • What kind of cold-hearted bastard are you? Adopt him!

People who love doggies and kitties -- and love adopting them, hint, hint -- can now fawn over the Macy's SPCA Adoption display.

The pet-to-be display was unveiled on Friday at Union Square and will run until Jan. 2. A goal has been set to adopt out 320 animals by that time.

You wanna adopt a creature? Visit here. And, yes, here are some more photos of adorable animals.

click to enlarge Pleased to meet you. Won't you guess my name?
  • Pleased to meet you. Won't you guess my name?
click to enlarge How much is that doggy in the window? Not much!
  • How much is that doggy in the window? Not much!
click to enlarge Seriously, this is a good-looking cat!
  • Seriously, this is a good-looking cat!
click to enlarge More cats...
  • More cats...
click to enlarge Lots more cats
  • Lots more cats

Adopt an animal -- see here.

All photos   |   Jennifer Jamieson Photography and Sweethardt Photography

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