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WATCH: Carrie Ann Inaba's Web Series Helping Shelter Cats

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“Dancing with the Stars” judge Carrie Ann Inaba is an animal lover and activist. We recently wrote that Inaba, who went vegetarian after watching “Forks Over Knives”, would be launching a new web series to help shelter cats.

Now, “Crib Cat” has begun airing on Petsami, an online entertainment network featuring animal videos. “Crib Cat shines the spotlight on cats currently in no-kill shelters, each episode featuring a different feline. Inaba’s cat Kit (voiced by Inaba) is the star and “matchmaker” who introduces each cat in hopes of finding them a loving family. According to Look to the Stars, the show include twelve episodes, but will eventually feature dogs available for adoption too.

The first episode of “Crib Cats”, which premiered March 26, stars Blizzard. Kit says, “Blizzard’s 7 years old. He once was a crib cat with a loving human just like me, but she died forcing Blizzard into a shelter, making him one of many cats vying for the attention of the volunteers.” Blizzard is also FIV (Feline Immunodeficiency Virus) positive, but is “living a pretty normal life,” and preferably needs a home where he’s an only cat.

Check out Blizzard’s episode below!

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