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Billie Eilish & Kate McKinnon Team Up for Hilarious Cat Adoption Sketch on ‘SNL’: Watch

Billie Eilish and Kate McKinnon are looking to find their cats the purr-fect home this holiday season.

In the Christmas-themed episode of Saturday Night Live on Dec. 16, the pop star and comedian teamed up for the “Whiskers R We” sketch about a pet store’s “Holiday Cat-tacular” adoption campaign.

Former SNL cast member McKinnon returned to the iconic sketch comedy show as this week’s host, portraying animal lover Barbara DeDrew with musical guest Eilish joining as her trusty intern Paw-bree Hep-Purrn. During the pun-filled skit, the pair (who later realize they’re mother and daughter) try to find new owners for cleverly named felines such as Cindy Claw-ford, Cat Sajak and Furr-ell Williams.

Elsewhere in the episode, Eilish made a cameo in a musical sketch about a group of women working on a tampon farm.

Eilish also appeared as the episode’s musical guest, delivering the television debut of her Barbie movie song “What Was I Made For?” and bringing some holiday cheer with a rendition of “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas,” featuring her brother and collaborator Finneas on piano and Grammy-winner Christian McBride on bass.

Watch the “Whiskers R We” SNL sketch below. For those without cable, the broadcast streams on Peacock, which you can sign up for at the link here. Having a Peacock account also gives fans access to previous SNL episodes.

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