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Puppies Up For Adoption to Play Super Bowl Sunday Scrimmage

While the Patriots and Seahawks face off on Super Bowl Sunday, two considerably cuter teams will take the field as well.

Made up of abandoned puppies up for adoption, the “Paw-triots” and “Sea-Dogs" will hit the dog run at the Pasadena Humane Society and SPCA's training center Sunday.

In the Rosie Bowl, as the event is called, the puppies will duck and dive through various obstacles, according to a Humane Society press release. It's part of their Super Bowl celebration that includes an airing of Animal Planet's annual Puppy Bowl, a televised clash of cute canines.

The Pasadena Humane Society and SPCA is a non-profit agency that provides care for abandoned and homeless animals.

Los Angeles doesn’t have an NFL team, “but that won't stop homeless puppies from hitting the gridiron," according to the press release.

The event is free for the public and people are allowed to adopt participating dogs. Any donations will benefit the agency.

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