Dancing with the Stars judge and longtime animal activist Carrie Ann Inaba's first-ever web series, Crib Cat, premiered Monday, March 26 on the YouTube channel, Petsami, a new digital entertainment network that advocates embracing your inner animal instincts with daily fun and funny pet shows and videos.

Crib Cat is hosted by Inaba’s longtime friend Kit, a cat who happens to be a matchmaker and receives submissions from cats all over looking for the perfect “crib” – aka “forever home.” The series is written by Inaba, who also provides the voice of Kit.

Executive produced by Inaba and FishBowl Worldwide Media, Crib Cat will feature 12 episodes with each one introducing a cat from a no-kill shelter ready for adoption and their own forever home. The series will further expand to include both cats and dogs available for adoption. Whether it’s choosing a human who has the right temperament or setting up the perfect scratching post, the show’s mission is to help pair every cat and dog in America with their perfect Crib.

Crib Cat joins a larger slate of Petsami programming featuring a variety of eccentric pet personalities as they host shows that offer insight into the secret lives of their four-footed best friends. Additional pet programming on the channel includes deep thoughts by meerkats and curated cat videos provided by an internet junkie curating cat! Other Petsami shows include CuteWinTail, One Minute Meerkat and KlipKat.

Petsami also provides a platform for viewers to have an engaging entertainment experience by allowing them to upload their own videos to the channel, create captions for different videos and even vote on whether cats or dogs are cuter.

Now anyone can embrace their inner animal instincts with this unique and fun digital network. Car Chase? Go for it. Couch to claw? Be Petsami’s guest. Click here for more info.

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