Super Bowl 53: Breaking down this year's Puppy Bowl

Super Bowl 53: Breaking down this year's Puppy Bowl

Super Bowl 53: Breaking down this year's Puppy Bowl

Just before the Patriots and Rams kick off at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium stadium in Atlanta, animal lovers can root for Team Ruff or Team Fluff in Puppy Bowl XV. "The puppies have voted correctly for four years in a row so we're excited to see if they predict the outcome of the super bowl this year", she said.

Animal Friends' alumnus, Cake, storms the gridiron as part of Team Ruff as they compete in Puppy Bowl XV for the coveted Lombarky Trophy and title of MVP (Most Valuable Puppy).

Note that you can catch the live coverage of 2019 Puppy Bowl and Kitten Bowl on TV.

All of the puppies, about 80 a year, come from shelters across the country, and the show boasts a 100 percent adoption success rate.

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And coming back for the second year is Puppy Bowl Presents: The Dog Bowl, which you can catch at 8 p.m.

After the Puppy Bowl was filmed, Bumble was adopted in November by a Spokane Valley family. This repeats for the rest of the night, excluding a one-hour break from 5-6 p.m. where Animal Planet shows other content. (That's 15, for those of you who don't speak Greek.) And you'll be able to watch at on Animal Planet at 3 p.m.

Puppy Bowl VIII participants attend a taping of the fuse Top 20 Countdown at fuse Studios on January 27, 2012, in New York City. One catch: You will need a proper cable login to access the Puppy Bowl.

The network also is partnering with the Pro Football Hall of Fame to introduce the Puppy Bowl Hall of Fame to highlight the importance of adult-pet adoption. If dogs aren't your thing, there is a halftime show that features kittens.

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