Get ready for more kitten cuteness than you can handle! Hallmark Channel’s newest show, Paw Star Game, will be airing July 12 at 6pm ET. You’ve seen the “Kitten Bowl” but now the most adorable and adoptable kittens are going up to bat!
TV personality, author and animal advocate BETH STERN will host baseball’s newest tradition along with play-by-play announcers JOHN STERLING (iconic radio voice of the New York Yankees) and MARY CARILLO (award-winning reporter, sports analyst and commentator).
As the kittens take the field to swat balls and catch line drives, they will be cheered on by celebrities including Ed Asner, Maria Menounos, Mario Lopez, Al Roker, Heather McDonald, Deidre Hall and more! Attached are the press release & trading cards of some of the PAW STARS including Derek Cheetah, Joe DiMeowgio, Mickey Meowntle, Siamese Sosa and Willie Strays.
This entertaining event that is part of Hallmark Channel’s initiative, “Pet Project,” bringing light to the plight of shelter pets and adoption. Learn more about Paw Star Game, including seeing all the adorable players, by visiting the Paw Star Game website. Don’t forget to tune in in July!
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How adorable is Babe? This sweet two legged pup gets wheels in the next episode of Aloha Vet.
This Saturday, Dr. Sims helps an adorable two-legged dog named Babe become more mobile. Babe visits children’s hospitals and does lots of other volunteer work to share her positive story, and she can even walk around on her two back legs!
Enjoy a sneak peek, and be sure to tune in tomorrow to watch “Aloha Vet” – “Big Island, Big Problems” premiering Sat, May 2 at 9 PM ET/PT
Veterinary medicine is serious business, but in this episode Dr. Scott has some lighter moments and even takes some clients on a wild ride.
So what happens when a tortoise shell needs some help? Call Dr. Sims! Watch as he performs a bit of shell maintenance on some of the world’s biggest (but still precious) tortoises!
Tune in tomorrow for the full episode on NatGeo Wild.
“Trouble in Paradise” premiering Saturday, April 25, at 9 PM ET/PT
When emergencies arise, Dr. Scott Sims must address them when and where they happen-whether it’s on the side of the road or in the middle of the night. Scott hops in his plane to travel to Maui to check out a chicken with an eye infection and a goat with mastitis. But tension is high in Kauai when a horse named Kolohe is brought into the clinic with a life threatening case of colic.
Dr. Scott Sims is one of Hawaii’s best-kept local secrets. Not your typical veterinarian, he treats both wild and domestic animals, and when islanders need help with their pets and livestock, he’s the one they call. He’ll even pilot the plane he built himself to get to a patient if needed!
We have a sneak peek of the upcoming episode, Eyes Wide Shut, premiering Saturday, March 28, at 9 PM ET/PT.
Dr. Sims stays busy at the clinic and off-island as he tends to a variety of animals including a horse with a cracked tooth that has to be extracted, an endangered coot, a blind pig and a goat that can’t go to the bathroom. As busy as he is, Dr. Sims still finds time to travel to the Big Island to help an animal sanctuary.