I can imagine Dogs Playing Baseball. Yes, yes, there is that lack of opposible thumbs to get past, but at least dogs are able to stand on their hind legs for short periods of time and can be trained to "stay" and "go" on the command of their Master and presumably of their First Base Coach.
Cats on the other hand, well, the phrase "like trying to herd cats" pretty much sums up the prospects of a group of them ever cooperating in a joint effort.
But for the cat lovers of the world, I present a snippet from an 1880s patent medicine almanac. This is a two part panel entitled Our National Game, which I split into halves to fit better:
Hmmm. I can't figure out the two objects in the lower right corner. Just barely seen in the first panel. Lamps? End tables? A bit of historical detail lost due to lack of context.