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Puppy Bowl VI Promises to Be 300 Percent More Adorable

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We have pretty much stripped away any wholesomeness associated with this year's Super Bowl with our guide to sex, drugs, gambling, and living large in South Florida, but we can never denigrate the Puppy Bowl.

And this year's version of Animal Planet's annual cute-splotation extravaganza promises to be at least 300 percent more adorable. Because in addition to hours upon hours of watching adorable puppies play with dog toys, there will also be -- get ready for this because your heart will actually melt out of your chest and onto your keyboard -- bunny rabbit cheerleaders and a blimp manned by a crew of hamsters. This is in addition to the traditional kitty halftime show.

The Puppy Bowl features pups from rescue shelters, and airs information about adopting animals. The action kicks off at 3 p.m. Super Bowl Sunday, and you can get a sneak peek of the starting lineup here.

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