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`Cat Bowl` is a one-hour special featuring adult cats from Kitten Bowls' past coming together for an all-star game. Presented in association with North Shore Animal League America (the nation's largest no-kill shelter and animal adoption organization) and Last Hope Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation. It's hosted by Beth Stern, TV personality and national spokesperson for North Shore Animal League America. (Credit: ©2020 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer: Marc Lemoine)
"Cat Bowl" is a one-hour special featuring adult cats from Kitten Bowls' past coming together for an all-star game. Presented in association with North Shore Animal League America (the nation's largest no-kill shelter and animal adoption organization) and Last Hope Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation. It's hosted by Beth Stern, TV personality and national spokesperson for North Shore Animal League America. (Credit: ©2020 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer: Marc Lemoine)

Hallmark Channel's 'Cat Bowl II,' with host Beth Stern, announcers Larissa Wohl and Cameron Mathison, premieres on Hallmark Channel Feb. 1

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Fri, Jan 31st 2020 05:30 pm

Part of Hallmark Channel’s ‘Adoption Ever After’ initiative to showcase animals available for adoption

Hallmark Channel announces “Cat Bowl II” is set to premiere Saturday, Feb. 1 (11 p.m. ET/PT). It is 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 II” will showcase adorable and adoptable adult “cat-letes” as they compete on the gridiron for a special place in viewers’ hearts. Inspirational stories of senior and special needs cats will highlight the special event.

TV personality, author and animal advocate Beth Stern is the host for this year’s event from Hallmark Channel Stadium. Stern is joined by “Home & Family” stars Larissa Wohl and Cameron Mathison for all the play-by-play action.

North Shore Animal League America and Last Hope Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation drafted the cats for a more heartwarming “Senior Bowl” than has ever taken place on the gridiron.

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