Forget Eli Manning, Fumble is the real MVP -- Most Valuable Puppy that is!
The spcaLA's chihuahua-terrier mix took home the gold at Animal Planet's 8th annual Puppy Bowl. Fumble was the only pet in attendance from a west coast animal welfare organization.
The bowl was filmed back in October 2011, and the victorious pup has since been adopted by his new family -- east coasters that include his new twelve-year-old pug sibling. Fumble currently lives in Manhattan, and was surely barking up a storm for the New York Giants last night.
For those of you that are more feline-inclined, the Puppy Bowl also featured a kitty halftime show.
The Humane Society estimates that about 4 million dogs and cats are euthanized each year. According to the spcaLA, 25% of shelter dogs are purebred -- so there's really no reason not to adopt.
For more information on the spcaLA's adorable and dynamic pets that are in need of homes, check out the website.
Browse pics of Fumble's cross-country adventure below, courtesy of the spcaLA:
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