— OK, so kittens don't belong on baseball fields, but that didn't stop these plucky felines.
— A couch, some Orioles, and a three-hour nap -- er, I mean, game; how can cats not love baseball?
— Cats play dogs in a football game to illustrate the need for spay/neuter in a moving commercial by the Lucy Pet Foundation to air during Kitten Bowl.
— The former pro-football quarterback and first-ever Kitten Bowl commissioner talks about the big game as well as his love for cats and dogs.
— Dogs, cats, and Tom Brady gear up to play in their respective games Feb. 1. We hear from a cat.
— The New England Patriots tight-end posed with kittens for an ESPN photoshoot.
— The Kalamazoo Wings hockey player gets silly with a sportscaster. See the video!
— Two Kansas City Royals fans' "ridiculous" attire has turned into a good luck charm for their team.
— Are you ready for some football? Not at all? Really? How about some cats talking about football?
— The cats in these videos react to Argentina's loss to Germany in adorably devastating fashion.
— As an irresistible cat curling video goes viral, we say: More cats in the Winter Olympics!
— The fearless feline is the world's foremost skateboarding cat, even pulling tricks over unwitting Rottweilers!
— Cats don't wear jerseys or helmets, but they provide action-packed entertainment and I don't have to memorize a bunch of crazy rules.
— Unlike most things humans do, watching this spectacle isn't totally stupid, if you do it right.
— A skilled filmmaker throws in an ESPN-esque slo-mo replay with a creative soundtrack.
— If I had to choose between the Giants and the Tigers, I would pick Tigers, of course. But I don't have to pick, because I hate baseball.
— Only three college teams keep live feline mascots -- here's the short roster of big cats on campus.
— Nicholas Longtin is a very funny -- and very skilled -- man. He digitally inserted pictures of kitties onto photos of athletes.
— As far as I can tell, sleeping, eating, and dominating other cats aren't Olympic events. So, what's the point?