Can You Adopt a Puppy (or Kitty) from ‘Puppy Bowl XVII?’ If So, How?

Ready for your annual cuteness overload? 

Puppy Bowl XVII promises hours’ worth of unmatched entertainment. Featuring slow-motion replays, water bowl cam shots, and aerial and drone shots of the 70 players representing some 22 shelters from nine Northeastern states, this year’s event is bound to bring joy to viewers’ homes. 

Often described as a “call-to-adoption TV event,” Puppy Bowl XVII will introduce viewers to dogs (and cats) who are up for adoption. But so, how can you adopt them? 

‘Puppy Bowl XVII’ features 70 puppies from 22 shelters — and some kitties too.

Puppy Bowl XVII features dozens of players and a kitty half-time show with some of the cutest felines out there. 

The current iteration also spotlights a group of puppy cheerleaders ready to raise the players’ spirits and amp up the mood in the arena. As loyal viewers might recall, previous games featured bunnies, chickens, Nigerian dwarf goats, and the like. 

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The “Adoptable Pup” segments aim to introduce viewers to 11 shelters across the U.S., with a particular focus on the puppies and kittens they currently house. 

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The “Pup Close and Personal highlights” features The Good Place actress Kristen Bell, who hung out with Java, a Labrador mix puppy from Annenberg Petspace in Los Angeles; show hosts Valerie Bertinelli and Duff Goldman, who accompanied Fozzie, a Norwegian Elkhound from Foster Dogs, Inc.; among others. 

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Puppy Bowl XVII also includes a video announcement by First Lady Jill Biden — who is accompanied by presidential dogs Champ and Major Biden — a national anthem performance by Boys World, and play-by-play commentary by SportsCenter host Sage Steele and sportscaster Steve Levy. 

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