Make Room Puppy Bowl: Fish, Kittens, & Bunnies Are Ready To Play

By Cuteness Team

This Sunday's Super Bowl is, for many, an annual event that is more significant than most holidays. But for others, it's the best time to get errands done — like a trip to Costco — without the usually weekend hustle and bustle.

Make Room Puppy Bowl: Fish, Kittens, and Bunnies Are Ready To Play
credit: Puppy Bowl

Events like the Puppy Bowl are making it increasingly difficult, however, for non-sports fans to stay away from the television on Super Bowl Sunday.

Now, there's three more adorable pet-themed productions to keep you from taking advantage of the empty city streets: The Fishbowl, The Kitten Bowl, and The Bunny Bowl.

Fish Bowl IV

Make Room Puppy Bowl: Fish, Kittens, and Bunnies Are Ready To Play
credit: Nat Geo Wild

The Los Angeles Clams and the Buffalo Gills battle it out in the DeepSea Field for the title of Fishbowl IV Champions. This battle royal is the only game on Sunday to feature penguin sportscasters.

Catch all the action this Sunday, February 5 at 4 p.m. EST on National Geographic Wild.

Kitten Bowl IV

The Kitten Bowl is in it's fourth year and features the nation's best cat-letes. The 100 cats who will compete in the fur-flying action are provided by the North Shore Animal League and Last Hope Animal Rescue. Like their canine counterparts in the Puppy Bowl, the kittens are all up for adoption and looking for forever homes.

Watch the little kittens cavort this Sunday, February 5 on the Hallmark Channel at 12 p.m. EST.

First Annual Bunny Bowl

Even though the First Annual Bunny Bowl debuted on Friday, you can still watch the archive below. This newcomer to the world of pet sports is produced by the healthy foodies over at Annie's Homegrown. The Bunny Bowl pit Team Longears against Team Lops in an hour-long bunny battle.

The bunnies come from Rabbit Ear's Rescue and are adoptable mixed breed pets.

Annie's Bunny Bowl 2017

Lettuce brighten your day… Annie’s first annual Bunny Bowl is LIVE! Tune in for riveting coverage as The Long Ears take on The Lops. Whether you carrot all about either team, we guarantee this cuteness is worth the watch. Find a favorite bun? They're all up for adoption! Visit our friends at RabbitEARS to learn more: http://www.rabbitears.org/

Posted by Annie's Homegrown on Friday, February 3, 2017