Hallmark Channel's First Annual "Cat Bowl" with Host Beth Stern, along with Announcers Alison Sweeney and Cameron Mathison, Debuts

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29 January 2019
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Cat Bowl
Copyright 2019 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer: Aaron Burns
"Cat Bowl"
Premieres Saturday, February 2 at 10 PM ET/PT
Exclusively on Halllmark Channel
 
          Hallmark Channel will air the first-ever annual Cat Bowl, part of the network’s core philanthropic effort ADOPTION EVER AFTER, which uses entertainment programming to showcase animals available for adoption in neighborhoods all across America. Cat Bowl serves as a companion program to the network’s storied pet franchise, Kitten Bowl, the first animal competition on television to create awareness for the plight of homeless animals and the joys that adopted pets bring to our lives.
 
Courtesy of Hallmark Channel
 
          The Kitten Bowl franchise is responsible for the adoption of more than 25,000 shelter pet adoptions over five years through partnership with North Shore Animal League America and its shelter partners across the country. Cat Bowl will showcase adorable and adoptable adult cat-letes as they compete on the gridiron for a special place in viewers hearts. 
 
Cat Bowl
Copyright 2019 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer: Aaron Burns
 
          Inspirational stories of senior and special needs cats will highlight the special event.  During each year’s broadcast of Kitten Bowl, awareness for pet adoption rises dramatically. Hallmark Channel announced that with its partner North Shore Animal League America, Cat Bowl and Kitten Bowl will be a part of the biggest pet adoption event in the country.

Cat Bowl
Courtesy of Hallmark Channel

          More than 500 shelter partners will showcase local animals available for adoption from February 2-February 16. TV personality, author and animal advocate Beth Stern is the host for this year’s event from Hallmark Channel Stadium.  Stern is joined by Hallmark Channel star Alison Sweeney and “Home & Family” co-host Cameron Mathison for all the play-by-play action.  The special will also feature Where Are They Meow , stories that follow up on some former Kitten Bowl cat-letes such as Jerry Mice, Puma Esiason and last year’s star, Swirl.
 

 
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