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Pets in need of homes return to Neiman Marcus holiday windows at the Galleria – Houston Chronicle

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Video: Laura Duclos, OnSceneTV Dana Burke, Laura Duclos

Nov. 26, 2021

The Houston SPCA is hoping that families who like to do a little window shopping at Neiman Marcus will find themselves leaving the Galleria with a new furry friend this holiday season. 

After a pandemic break, the SPCA and the luxury department store are teaming up once again to bring adoptable puppies and kittens to the Neiman Marcus’ festive storefront windows every weeke…….

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Video: Laura Duclos, OnSceneTV

Dana BurkeLaura Duclos

Nov. 26, 2021

The Houston SPCA is hoping that families who like to do a little window shopping at Neiman Marcus will find themselves leaving the Galleria with a new furry friend this holiday season. 

After a pandemic break, the SPCA and the luxury department store are teaming up once again to bring adoptable puppies and kittens to the Neiman Marcus’ festive storefront windows every weekend from Nov. 26 to Dec. 12. 

Pets will also be in the windows every day from Friday, Dec. 17 until Dec. 23. 

Neiman Marcus will donate $5 to the SPCA for every dog or cat adopted, and the SPCA’s adoption packages include the pet’s microchip, spay or neuter surgery, vaccinations, a free wellness exam and a free sample sized bag of Hill’s Science Diet. 

While available pets will vary at Neiman Marcus, all available Houston SPCA pets can be found here. 

Throughout the holiday season, Houstonians can see adoptable puppies and kittens in the storefront windows at Neiman Marcus in the Galleria, through a partnership with Houston SPCA. 

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Dana Burke is an editor for the Houston team of producers and the Houston Chronicle’s trending team. She came to the Chronicle as a features and lifestyle producer in 2012. Previously, Dana was an editor for Houston Community Newspapers, a group of weekly papers in the Houston area.

Laura Duclos is a multimedia producer at the Houston Chronicle.

Hailing from Sweetwater, Laura is a graduate from Texas Tech University where she ran the MCTV Weekday Update, hosted segments for 88.1 KTXT-FM and was a photojournalist for FOX34 News in Lubbock.

Laura moved to New York in 2017, where she earned her Master’s from the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, focusing on health and science reporting, along with modern storytelling techniques like drone journalism and virtual/augmented reality. She worked for NBC News and produced Millennial/Gen-Z targeted videos for Brut. Media before coming to the Chronicle.
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Source: https://www.houstonchronicle.com/lifestyle/article/Pets-in-need-of-homes-return-to-Neiman-Marcus-16653585.php