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Kitten Bowl Details Emerge

Television producers are constantly tinkering with ideas to find the perfect formula for a show everyone enjoys. They may have finally found their Holy Grail. In April, the Hallmark Channel announced the creation of the Kitten Bowl, and now we are finally getting details. Crafted to compete with Animal Planet's Puppy Bowl, the Kitten Bowl will also run on Super Bowl Sunday and offer fluffy football-themed fun for those who aren't big sports fans. According to Vulture, the special will include up 70 cats roaming the field, competing in playoffs and a championship showdown of cuteness. The program will be by Howard Stern's animal-loving wife, Beth Stern, and feature play-by-play commentary...

One of Budweiser's Super Bowl ads featured the sweetest child star we've ever seen. According to Wane.com, the young Clydesdale horse shown in the beer spot was a newborn foal. Budweiser has become known for showing off their signature Clydesdales during game day, but this one was by far the youngest. The 2-week-old was born on January 16th at Anheuser-Busch's Warm Springs Ranch in Missouri and was filmed for the commercial at only a week old. The touching ad displays the bond a horse shares with his trainer. While the foal is only featured in the first few seconds of the ad, the cutie easily steals the show. Don't you agree?...

How To Have A Pet-Friendly Super Bowl Party

Stock up on snacks, ready the remote and place your bets! The Super Bowl is upon us. Whether you are watching for the game, commercials, half-time show or just opting for the Puppy Bowl, chances are you will be at some kind of viewing soiree on Sunday. People know what to expect from the big day, but Super Bowl parties can be…

Some people watch the Super Bowl just for the commercials. Some people watch the Super Bowl just for the commercials with animals in them. This list is for the second group.

Teddy Bear the "talking" porcupine is back, and this time around, the chatty little fella is getting a leg up on his sleepy groundhog cousins by putting to use his rodent-y powers of prognostication. The Super Bowl is this weekend, and you definitely want to bet on one of the teams to win, but you can't decide on Baltimore or San Francisco. So whose information are you going to trust: the Vegas odds makers who do this kind of thing professionally, or a hungry porcupine with a never-ending craving for corn on the cob? Yeah, we're picking Teddy too. This is PawNation; we always put our trust in the animal kingdom. But you'll have to watch the video to find out who Ted picked....

This homemade Doritos commercial has been getting a lot of attention online, and it's a fan favorite to win Doritos' annual "Crash the Super Bowl" contest, in which filmmakers create their own commercials for the brand. The ad features a pet goat whose craving for Doritos becomes dangerous for his owner when the tortilla-chip supply runs out. It was created by filmmaker Ben Callner. According to the "Goat 4 Sale" website, "'Goat 4 Sale' took 2,000 popsicle sticks, 150 bags of Doritos, a goat named Moose and a small team of volunteers from Pogo Pictures, the film production company that took him under their wing." The innovative commercial is now a finalist in the "Crash the Super Bowl" conte...