Kitten Bowl VI Adoption Special Event

Hallmark Channel's Kitten Bowl

Twenty-four animals found new homes thanks to your support of the Kitten Bowl VI Adoption Special from February 1 - 3, 2019, in partnership with North Shore Animal League and the Hallmark Channel.

About the Kitten Bowl V Adoption Special

Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS) joined North Shore Animal League America, and more than 500 shelter partners across the country, to celebrate Hallmark Channel’s Kitten Bowl VI game with a Kitten Bowl Party event, featuring an adoption special for all animals seven months and older in the shelter, including a chance to win a fee-waived adoption.

Adoption Results

Type Count
Cat 10
Kitten 1
Dog 12
Puppy 0
Bird 1
Total 24

Dates:  February 1 - 3, 2019

How It Works

After finding the pet of their dreams, completing an application, and interviewing with an adoption counselor, adopters drew for their adoption promotion from a bowl of mini football prize eggs, ranging anywhere from 25% off adoption fees, to waived adoption fees. All animals seven months and older were eligible. License fees applied for Multnomah County residents.

Promotion Name

Adoption Promotion


Fee-waived adoption


50% off adoption fee


25% off adoption fee


Draw Again


About the Hallmark Channel Kitten Bowl

Kitten Bowl is the greatest feline football showdown in cable television history and has resulted in over 10,000 adoptions. The competition will be hosted by North Shore Animal League America’s Volunteer, Foster Mom and National Spokesperson, Beth Stern, who will be joined by former NFL QB and sports host, Rodney Peete. Kitten Bowl VI will premiere Su-PURR Bowl Sunday, February 3, 2019 (11 a.m. Pacific) on Hallmark Channel. North Shore Animal League America and its participating shelter partners across the country will once again be hosting Kitten Bowl Parties with free giveaways featuring Kitten Bowl trading cards in addition to adoption specials for approved adopters.

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

About Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS)

Multnomah County Animal Services cares for approximately 6,000 animals each year, 100 percent of which are from the local community. As the only open admission shelter in Portland, Multnomah County Animal Services is a national leader with record-high save rates. In order to sustain our success in saving the lives of local animals, Animal Services relies on the Portland community to adopt, foster, volunteer, license their pets, and donate.