Deer Valley, AZ – HALO Animal Rescue will host their first-ever Kitten Bowl Frenzy this weekend to celebrate the premiere of Hallmark Channel’s Annual Kitten Bowl, airing on Sunday, February 2, 2014.

HALO will waive adoption fees on all cats and kittens during Kitten Bowl Frenzy. The event will be held Saturday, February 1st and Sunday, February 2nd at two HALO locations:

HALO Animal Rescue                             HALO Adoption Center (Inside PetSmart)

2500 S. 27th Avenue                             2901 W. Agua Fria Freeway

11a–5p Saturday & Sunday                    9a-8p Saturday, 9a-6p Sunday

Kitten Bowl is the greatest feline showdown in cable television history. The competition will be hosted by actress and activist, Beth Stern, and official play-by-play announcer, John Sterling, the legendary and iconic radio voice of the New York Yankees. Kitten Bowl will be presented by Hallmark Channel on Sunday, February 2, 2014 (10:00a-9:00p ET/PT).

All of the feline players in the Kitten Bowl competition have found loving homes through Hallmark Channel’s partnership with North Shore Animal League America – the world’s largest no-kill, animal rescue and adoption organization. However there are plenty of fabulous felines at your local shelter waiting to find their new homes.

About HALO Animal Rescue: HALO Animal Rescue is a private, non-profit 501(c)(3) no-kill animal rescue dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating and finding new homes for homeless dogs and cats. HALO, which stands for Helping Animals Live On, finds new homes for more than 7,000 animals each year. For more information, visit

About North Shore Animal League America

North Shore Animal League America – Home of the Mutt-i-gree® – headquartered in Port Washington, NY, is the world’s largest no-kill animal rescue and adoption organization. The Animal League, reaches across the country to rescue, nurture and adopt 20,000 pets into happy and loving homes each year. Over the past decade, the Animal League saved over 200,000 lives and has saved over 1,000,000 animals since its inception. “Like” us at, follow us To learn more about animal rescue and welfare, visit