Blog Post · ARTICLES! Or lack thereof!
Posted On Tuesday 29 November 2011 by Murray Colpman (Muzer)
The latter is the case!
This (selux) is used when referring to a specific instance of a noun. Lack thereof indicates things in general.
When referring to objects in general (eg "I like cats"), plurals are NOT used.
Plurals are only used when saying (for instance) "[some] cats are running":