Here's your chance to take home a marquee player after the big game!
The 2021 Super Bowl Sunday hype is off the charts this year! As we look to this year's Bowl, we'll expect to see some incredible marquee players displaying some extraordinary feats of athletic prowess while running down the field, batting at balls, and taking some unscripted potty breaks on the field. And like most professional athletes, they're expecting to go home with one of their groupies after the big game.
We're, of course, talking about the Puppy Bowl and Kitten Bowl. Why? What game did you think we meant?
That's right, the Puppy Bowl and Kitten Bowl are back—and the furry canine and feline athletes are adoptable!
The 17th Annual Puppy Bowl
Leave it to Kristen Bell to add even more endearment to the 17th annual Puppy Bowl, which will be featured on the big day, Sunday, February 7 at 2 p.m. (EST) on Animal Planet and the Discovery+streaming service. Throughout the three hour event, Kristen Bell and her rescue dogs will be one of the many adoption spotlight stories featured. And of course, Puppy Bowl will be hosted by none other than the dog himself, Snoop Dogg, and the one and only, Martha Stewart.
The 7th Annual Kitten Bowl
Not a dog-lover? Not to worry, The Hallmark Channel will be airing the 7th Annual Kitten Bowl the same day and time: Sunday, February 7 at 2 p.m. (ET). It's hosted by actress, animal rescue lover and enthusiast, Beth Stern. Go to hallmarkchannel.com or animalleague.org to find a participating shelter.
Since both bowls will be airing at the same time, you'll need to decide if you're Team Canine or Team Feline if the "live" play-by-play experience is a must-see. Either way, this may just be the right type of hype to get America tuning in to the actual Super Bowl between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, February 7 at 6:30 p.m. (ET).
Are you Team Canine or Team Feline? Take the poll.