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Yes, but not like cats do, when you photograph a cat's eyes at night you see a strong reflection because the eyes are shaped to gather more light in the dark and reflect it better than in human eyes. This is referred to as eye shine.
Human eyes do reflect back the light the problem is called the "red eye effect." Humans lack the highly reflective tapetum lucidum membrane in the eye of cats and other hunting animals, though so they don't reflect as much light back.