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SHUEYVILLE (KWWL) -
Two eastern Iowa pups, Suri and CiCi, were featured on Animal's Planet's 10th Annual Puppy Bowl.
Suri and CiCi joined other dogs and their owners at a Shueyville restaurant for a watch party for the Puppy Bowl.
Carl Bromberg, Suri's owner, says every year the Puppy Bowl seeks out rescue and shelter dogs like Suri and CiCi.
"Really exciting to have the two here," said Bromberg. "To have all the great turn out here and all the support from the community and everything, it's just totally awesome, just a great day, great day."
The money raised from the watch party goes toward the Last Hope Animal Rescue, a group that raises awareness of animal abuse and neglect, through adoption, and spay or neuter programs.
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