We all know that cats are emotional creatures. They can be sad, feel pain or become depressed. But have you ever seen your cat crying? Or, have you ever asked if cats can cry?
The answer is no. Cats do not cry. When they are sad, they do a really sad meow. It's not like people, tears rolling. A sad cat can lose its appetite and become less energetic.
They make a sound which is similar like human whimper, so in that sense, the cat is crying.
That's mean when you see your cat tearing up, it's important to know that they are not expressing a emotion. Instead, they are showing you that something is medically amiss.