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Cuteness alert!

Kendall Jenner appeared on Friday's episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, where she faced off against James Franco in the recurring segment, Pup Quiz. Host Jimmy Fallon asked each of them multiple-choice trivia game questions about animals and if they answered correctly, they get to cuddle a golden retriever puppy. If they answered wrong, their opponent gets one.

The model and Keeping Up With the Kardashians star answered the question "What was the most popular name for a female dog in the United States last year?" incorrectly (she answered "Luna," when the correct answer was "Bella").

"That was my second answer," she said.

James then received a second golden retriever puppy to cuddle.

No worries; he soon answered a question incorrectly himself, on a "Double Puppardy" round, so Kendall got two puppies to cuddle herself.

Kendall Jenner, James Franco, Puppies, Tonight Show, GIF

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Kendall Jenner, Puppies, Tonight Show

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Kendall Jenner, Puppies, Tonight Show

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Kendall later told Fallon that she would not get a puppy herself in real life at this time.

"I'm like, way too busy," she said. "It would be pretty irresponsible of me to have a puppy at the moment but I think about it all the time."

She also recalled how she her first job: a dog walker.

"I remember I was little and I think I was just bored in my room and I wrote a letter and sent it out, like, I went on my dirt bike and rode around my neighborhood and sent it out to all of my neighbors," she said. "I got a couple people that would respond to us. They knew, like, my parents, and they were like, 'She's probably fine. She won't hurt our dog.'"

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Kendall was in New York City for New York Fashion Week.

Earlier this week, she walked the runway at the Tom Ford spring/summer 2018 show and received the Fashion Icon of the Decade Award at the 2017 Fashion Media Awards.

"It's cool 'cause I've worked pretty hard my entire life but very, very hard the last four and a half years," Kendall told Fallon. "So to kind of like be recognized for something is very cool."