Annie’s Homegrown Is Streaming the First Annual Bunny Bowl

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If watching humans play football isn’t your thing, you have plenty of alternatives from which to choose. In addition to Animal Planet’s Puppy Bowl, Hallmark Channel’s Kitten Bowl, and Nat Geo Wild’s Fish Bowl, animal lovers will be able to stream the first-ever Bunny Bowl, courtesy of Annie’s Homegrown.

According to Thrillist, the game will feature adoptable mixed breed pets from California's Rabbit Ears Rescue. The Bay Area organization saves rabbits that would otherwise be euthanized, and after the event, Annie’s will be making a donation to support the cause.

The actual competition will pit Team Longears against Team Lops in an hour-long battle of the bunnies. There will be no official score (Annie’s had originally planned to keep track, but the rabbits weren’t interested in playing along). Instead, the game will consist of 60 minutes of freestyle flopping, hopping, and overall cuteness. You can watch a stream of the Bunny Bowl on the Annie’s Homegrown Facebook page this Friday at 1 p.m. EST.

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[h/t Thrillist]