Watch out, "Puppy Bowl," there's a new cuddly show vying for the eyeballs of animal loving sports fans on Super Bowl Sunday. It's
Herding kittens isn't easy, as anyone who ever tried to corral a fluffy group of newborns in a bathroom, knows. So it'll be interesting to see just how the show's producers manage to get the little tigers to play ball inside Kitten Stadium.
Like "Puppy Bowl," which celebrates its 10th year on
The game will last about three hours on Feb. 2 and between 60 and 70 kittens will participate and thus be guaranteed of adoption through "Kitten Bowl" partner North Shore Animal League America.
NSALA is the country's largest no-kill shelter and adoption agency, and Beth Stern is known for her advocacy on the organization's behalf.