Kitten Bowl

Synopsis: Kitten athletes go back-to-back and belly-to-belly in a major feline showdown.

and the winner of each of

those will go nose to cute

little nose in a final

championship game for all

the glory.

Now let's break down the

scoring. Just like football the

object for our kittens is

to, run climb, jump, or

claw their way to the goal

line. If they can get a

toy over the line, touchdown.

And here's something

you'll also get a kick out of.

They can also score extra

points, like football

players, by jumping on or

jumping through the goal

post. Well let's get to it.

It's time for the first ever

We're coming to you from

beautiful Hallmark Channel

Stadium on this cozy

February day with the

match up between the Last

Hope Lions and the North

Shore Bengals.

And we're

underway. The Bengals

set to receive and Ferrell

Owens takes the opening

kickoff near the forty.

The Bengals making an

early push here. Oh

they'd love to score first

against this Lions


Owens is acting very

playful here, John. We can only

wonder if this will affect the

Bengals' team chemistry

when they need it most.

You can see the Lions

won't take this lying down. Or

will they?

Tabby Romo has

the ball at the ten and

breaks for the goal line.


The Lions take

advantage of a distracted

Bengal defense and get in

the end zone for the first

points of the game. And the

Lions celebrate.

Tabby Romo is showing off his

best touchdown dance here.

They line up for the

extra point.

And it's good. Marbles makes a

clean jump onto the goal post.

Let's see that again in

our kitten-view replay.

Tabby Romo pounces

into the end zone with

authority, putting the

Lions on top seven, zero.

The crowd really going

wild here, John. Nobody

expected the Lions

to strike first.

It looks like the Bengals are

trying to get a cat's eyeview

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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