If football isn't your cup of tea, there's always the Puppy Bowl, which gathers a furry cast of tiny dogs, cats and other assorted animals to participate in brain-numbingly cute activities every year. Even better, every puppy and kitten that you see on the Puppy Bowl is available for adoption. Imagine the bragging rights you can claim if your puppy or kitten is a celebrity!
People disappointed by the Super Bowl blackout had a great fallback option, thanks to the Puppy Bowl. And apparently, a lot of people went for it, because Discovery reports that 12.4 million viewers tuned in during the 12-hour marathon of frolic and fun.
Many of the animals that you see during the Puppy Bowl have been adopted already. If you fell in love with a special pup on the air, you're may be wishing you could see more of them. We were missing them too, so we decided to check in and see how they were doing. (Spoiler alert: They're all still adorable).