Cats can cry, but they cry to remedy irritations of the eye and not as emotional response to a situation. Allergies and clogged tear ducts often cause cats to cry. More »

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Signs of a dying, elderly cat include a decrease in appetite, more frequent naps, collapsing, weight loss and a loss of interest in everyday things the cat previously enjoyed, notes Cat World. Shortness of breath or rapi... More »

Cats may purr if they are relaxed, happy, hungry or want something. Cats also purr when they are frightened, threatened or in pain. Purring helps kittens form bonds with their mothers. More »

According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, cats lick for a variety of reasons, including a response to stress, illness and boredom or even as a form of comfort. Cats may also suckle or li... More »

Sudden attacks of sneezing, nasal discharge, eye discharge, spasm of the eyelid muscle that results in the eye closing, conjunctivitis, inflammation of the cornea, fever and general malaise are symptoms that indicate a h... More »

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Main symptoms of eye infections in cats include reddening of the white parts of the affected eye, ocular secretion that prompts cats to wink or rub their eyes, and protrusion of the third eyelid that covers a portion of ... More »

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Crying is an emotional response to many different feelings, including sadness, anger, happiness and pain. People cry for an emotional release and also as a survival mechanism to signal to themselves that they need to add... More »