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Alright Cat Lovers, Great Ready, It’s Kitten Bowl Time!


Are you ready for some kittens?

Never mind all the hype surrounding some big football game scheduled for February 2nd, 2020. Cat lovers are too busy gearing up for the Hallmark Kitten Bowl VII. With over 100 kittens scheduled to take the field, you won’t want to miss this clash of cute.

The kittens will be divided into four teams, each one vying for the Feline Football Championship. Which team will claim the top purrize? The Courageous Cougars, the Last Hope Lions, the Little Longtails, or the Long Shore Bengals?


Hallmark Channel’s Kitten Bowl and Kitten Games/Facebook

Have a look at the player profiles and build your Fantasy Kitten lineup.


Hallmark Channel’s Kitten Bowl and Kitten Games/Facebook

Will the Lions’ “The Beast of Hurtin” be able to handle the Cougars’ “Tiger Paws”?

Can “Little Poison” of the Longtails take down the Bengals’ “The Hittin’ Kitten”.

Tune in to the Hallmark Channel on Sunday, February 2, 2020 (2 p.m. ET/PT) to find out!


Hallmark Channel’s Kitten Bowl and Kitten Games/Facebook


Hallmark Channel’s Kitten Bowl and Kitten Games/Facebook

Plus, viewers can catch the Cat Bowl on Saturday, February 1st (11:00 PM / 10:00c).


Hallmark Channel’s Kitten Bowl and Kitten Games/Facebook

Celebs for Cats

Join host Beth Stern, animal lover and activist, and get carried away by the heart-melting antics of kittens at play. Jill Wagner and Brennan Elliott will be calling the game play-by-play so viewers will catch every paw swipe and tussle. Former NFL running back Rashad Jennings will be on the sidelines as the field correspondent and retired football great Boomer Esiason serves to keep things clean as the Commissioner of the Football Feline League.


Hallmark Channel’s Kitten Bowl and Kitten Games/Facebook

While these celebs are on-board to have a good time with cute kittens, they also take part in the kitten bowl because they believe in the importance of animal advocacy. In fact, he Kitten Bowl offers kitty cats in need a chance at their forever homes. Since its beginnings in 2014, Kitten Bowl has helped 40,000 shelter animals find their families. The Hallmark Channel partners with North Shore Animal League America, the largest network in the no-kill initiative, as well as 500 animal shelters nationwide to make this possible.


Hallmark Channel’s Kitten Bowl and Kitten Games/Facebook

Adoption Ever After

The Kitten Bowl is one part of the Hallmark Channel’s initiative to save animals in need, Adoption Ever After.

The goal?

“Educating the public about the many rewards of pet adoption in hopes of inspiring viewers to open their homes and hearts to shelter pets. It aims to dismantle common misconceptions about shelter animals, provide resources, and ultimately put an end to this country’s epidemic of pet homelessness.”


Hallmark Channel’s Kitten Bowl and Kitten Games/Facebook

What better way to raise awareness then turning one hundred kittens loose on a field of toys! Viewers will once again be glued to their screens watching the pure goodness of kittens at play. Make sure you’re one of the spectators, because you won’t want to miss this pawsome event!

H/T: SouthernLiving.com
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