Puppy Bowl to feature animals rescued from areas impacted by hurricanes

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This year, Animal Planet is featuring a handful of rescue groups from places devastated by nature including Shaggy Dog Rescue.

A local bar is gearing up to host the state's first "Puppy Bowl" on Super Bowl Sunday at 10 a.m.

"We have a 100 percent adoption rate". But Feb. 4 also brings the year's cutest competitions, as the Kitten Bowl and Puppy Bowl each return for more "awwww"-inspiring spectacle".

The adoption center originally wanted to do a "puppy bowl", as seen on the Animal Planet TV network, but due to health concerns, they opted not to.

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Both Teddy and Tyler have been adopted but there are plenty of other dogs that still need good homes.

If you are on the feline side of the eternal war between cats and dogs, the show has already got you covered. I have a busy household, young kids, and that's what we're trying to let people know.

Meep the Bird, a rescue African Gray Parrot, will be live tweeting updates and highlights during the game - with the help from a human of course. "They might be the right fit for your family".

For Schachner it's all about much more than just the big game. Puppy Bowl 2018 is no different than the Super Bowl in the fact that they also have a pregame show, followed by the big game and concluding with the presentation of the game's MVP, which fans can vote for online.

When the annual Puppy Bowl kicks off at 3 PM ET on Sunday afternoon, dog lovers will get their fill of watching some playful pups battle it out for the #2018 Puppy Bowl title. "We want the love and the thoughtfulness towards these pets that need our help to extend all year long".

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