The cutest sports event of the year! I know many of you love the football and so today’s Super Bowl is something important to you. I, however, have never been bitten by the football bug, so I enjoy the Puppy Bowl airing on Animal Planet instead 🙂 I know many of you do, as well 🙂 For the uninitiated, here are the details…

Here’s a link to the live puppy and kitten cams!

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  1. Dekamica says:

    Loved the Puppy Bowl this year and the Kitty Half Time was precious, as always. They’re all so cute that you just want to pick each one up and kiss them. I’m with you, Tammy, the best thing about Super Bowl Sunday is the 4-legged, fluffy Bowls and, of course, going out to lunch or dinner, because no one is in the resteraunts. 🙂

  2. Shifra says:

    What??? It’s Super Bowl Sunday? Huh? No wonder there was no traffic today in NYC 🙂

    Gosh, I’ve been busy watching Downton Abbey (one of my kids got me hooked). But these puppies really look cute…

  3. TheGreenHornet says:

    Do the winners of the Puppy Bowl give thanks to Dog? I stole that one from Iowahawkblog on twitter.

  4. Dekamica says:

    Shifra, we need to start a new thread for Downton Abbey. I absolutely LOVE that show. Got hooked last year, bought the DVDs to catch up, and now I can’t get enough of it. I would watch DA 24/7 if it was on that often. 🙂

    • Alain41 says:

      Haven’t watched DA. But watched episode yesterday of last year’s PBS shows on Shakespeare uncovered (can’t remember exact title). Anyway, yesterday’s repeat was on the plays, Henry IV and Henry V (victorius at the Battle of Agincourt-We few, we happy few, we band of brothers). Was enjoyable (I love S.) until the end when libs couldn’t resist; Actor/narrator recounts that Henry V died at age 35 whereupon his young son (6 yrs?) became King and essentially everything was lost by the end of his reign. The narrator ends by saying Henry IV & V were about leadership not war (true), he continues, so here we are in Northern France not far from Agincourt and have we really learned anything-camera pulls back to show him walking through Normandy D-Day cemetery. Ummm, are you really saying that continental Europe shouldn’t have been invaded to take it back from Hitler? If the Nazis had been allowed to maintain continental Europe, you wouldn’t be walking there to do that show.

      • midget says:

        Alain- I’ve loved that speech by Henry V “For he today that sheds his blood with me shall be my brother” ever since I heard Kenneth Branaugh give it.

    • Shifra says:

      I’m still too “ferklempt” from Lady Sybil’s death to respond to your comment…. ( 🙂 )

  5. midget says:

    My favorite part of the Puppy Bowl is watching my ShisTzu Dusty intently watching it himself,then barking,then going around the TV set to try to get in and repeat.I have to change the channel before he kills himself.

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