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And thankfully, this year was no different!
We were lucky enough to meet five adorable -- and adoptable! -- furry friends that Rach actually named on the spot.
Meet -- and surely fall in love with -- Huey, Dewey, Louie, Mickey and Minnie in the video above!
Just look how cute they are:
Beth herself is no stranger to animal rescue, as she works closely with North Shore Animal League America and says she and her husband, Howard Stern, have had about 500 cats and kittens come through their home to be fostered over the last four years.
"He turns into the biggest mush," Beth says of Howard’s relationships with the cats.
And it’s no secret how much Rach loves animals, too.
In fact, with the help of her dog and cat food brand Nutrish, Rach has contributed over $2 million to Beth’s personal shelter expansion at North Shore Animal League America.
We love it. ?
For more kitten cuteness, be sure to tune in to Kitten Bowl V on Sunday, February 4, at 12/11c.
Some of this year’s "cathletes" were actually rescued from sites of natural disasters, like Hurricanes Irma and Harvey.
We don’t know about you, but we’ll be rooting them on!
Watch our backstage video with Beth to see her adorably interact with the kittens, to get her top adoption tips and to learn even more about Kitten Bowl V: