Uh, what? Is this what foreign language speakers say in a pet store? Or at a cat café when all the cats have left?
I presume this is more like what someone working in a café or shop, etc. would say if someone entered with a cat and they meant "no cats allowed".
I've only ever seen "No dogs allowed" signs or "No pets" but never "no cats".
No cats?! Then I'm not interested!
Shouldn't "Excuse me, no cats." be acceptable?
Auto correct makes me lose hearts. I swear I didn't write "cars". :(
I put I am sorry, not cats. Why did it say it's wrong?
"Not" is an adverb. Use "no" before nouns in English. You can say "not cats" only if there is an implicit verb in the conversation:
"Do you like cats?"
"Not cats! I like dogs!"
I put Excuse me, no cats. Technically wrong, I know, but maybe it should be allowed but with an explanation of the difference?
No cats?! Unacceptable!