Can Cats Cry?

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Cats can cry especially ageing cats that become disoriented and begin crying plaintively for no apparent reason. However, some cats may be seen shedding tears but this can be as a result of an irritant eye or a certain medical condition.
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Cats are able to cry. They do not shed tears though. Usually when they cry it is a sad sounding meow, squeak, or scream. All cats have different voices so it depends on the particular cat and whether or not they are vocal.
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