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LifeLine Animal Project hosting ‘Kitten Bowl’

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LifeLine Animal Project hosting ‘Kitten Bowl’

Kris Carpenter feeds Griselda, a four week old kitten. Photo by Jonathan Phillips

Kris Carpenter feeds Griselda, a four week old kitten. File Photo by Jonathan Phillips

The Atlanta Falcons are playing against the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl this Sunday, and the LifeLine Animal Project is hoping to use the event to encourage people to adopt a new pet.

“[LifeLine] invites Atlantans to Rise Up and take home your own MVP (most valuable pet) with fee-waived adoptions on Super Bowl Sunday! This promotion, which is valid on cats and all dogs over 25 pounds, will last all day Sunday and will include the pet’s spay/neuter, microchip and vaccines – a $300 value – at no cost!  All potential adopters will be screened to ensure the animals go to good homes,” the announcement from LifeLine says.

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Like kittens? LifeLine is also hosting a Kitten Bowl Party at the Cat Adoption Center, located at 3172 E. Ponce De Leon Ave. from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The announcement says, “There will be game-day refreshments, fun disco strobe lights and adorable cats who will be playing their own games on the cat center’s ‘football field.’ Come join the party, root for your favorite kitty, and bring home your very own champion with a fee-waived kitty adoption!”

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