Strange Life Of A Cat - Chapter 11 (Part 1)
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The experience of riding in the basket of a bicycle and traveling along a gravel road… was something that Zheng Tan did not want to recall ever again. As soon as they arrived at the destination Wei Leng had spoken of, Zheng Tan hurriedly jumped off the bike, and nearly fell down because of how dizzy he was.

Strange Life Of A Cat - Chapter 11 (Part 1)

The experience of riding in the basket of a bicycle and traveling along a gravel road… was something that Zheng Tan did not want to recall ever again.

As soon as they arrived at the destination Wei Leng had spoken of, Zheng Tan hurriedly jumped off the bike, and nearly fell down because of how dizzy he was.

This was a two-storied building, and the surrounding area was a private residential district. However this place was within a demolition zone, so many of the buildings around here were empty.

There were large warnings written over the walls, and there were many tall billboards advertising a new development that were hanging about.

The new district was expanding, so it was inevitable that this part would become demolished. Within 10 years, this place will gradually become covered with high-tech companies.

Wei Leng opened the door, pushed the bike into the building, fumbled around his refrigerator to pull out a handful of beef jerky, then sat down on the couch.

He ate as he was watching television, not paying any heed to Zheng Tan at all.

Zheng Tan looked around and jumped onto a coffee table, swiped Wei Leng’s beef jerky towards himself, opened the wrapper, and started eating.

Earlier on the road here, Wei Leng had said he would bike back to Chu Hua University after finishing his business and drop Zheng Tan off along the way,

so Zheng Tan wasn’t in a rush to leave… but it wasn’t like he could leave this place even if he had wanted to.

After around ten minutes, the doorbell rang, and a man wearing a police uniform came in.

Seeing Zheng Tan, that man spoke to Wei Leng in surprise. “Where’d you pick up that cat? I’m not raising it! You already know, I’d rather keep a dog than a cat!”

“You don’t need to raise it. It’s someone else’s, and I’ll send it back tomorrow.” Wei Leng pulled apart a piece of a jerky and tossed it into his mouth. He then handed a glass jar to the man.

That person didn’t say much, he only took the glass jar with gloved hands and went to the bathroom.

Not much later, he had come out holding a small transparent bag where the contents were visible.

Jade, diamond, gold rings…

Although it was a small bag, its monetary value was tremendous.

“Did you see anyone?” He asked.

Wei Leng shook his head and pointed at Zheng Tan. “This cat discovered it.”

“Huh, you’re talking shit!” That man clearly didn’t believe it, and changed the topic, “That said, what else did you discover?

I couldn’t hear over the phone… you should really switch cellphones. The way it is now you won’t be able to contact anyone when you leave the central district.”

Wei Leng spoke a little about the scene at the broken tile-roofed house.

“There was pesticide intentionally sprayed around to prevent animals from coming close, but it was the kind which wouldn’t kill off the weeds.

The inhabitants in the area had all been busy moving away, so they definitely wouldn’t have come looking inside that dilapidated house that was so overgrown with weeds.

This bag of stuff was also well hidden, and the surrounding traces had all been fairly well and very carefully cleaned… this isn’t that person’s first time doing something like this.”

“Of course it isn’t their first time, several people have lost their lives to their hand, so that person should be very experienced at doing this kind of thing.

Even though you were able to find it, if it were up to the youngsters under me, even if they spent a whole day circling around that broken tile-roofed house, they wouldn’

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t have found a single hair.” The man in the police uniform fiddled with the bag in his hands, thought for a moment, and then gave the folder he had behind his back to Wei Leng.

“A male?” Wei Leng looked at the data on his hand and frowned. It contradicted his hypothesis. Previously, he had always suspected the only woman that was on the suspect list.

“It’s the results from the new machine at the office, so how could it be faked?” The policeman patted Wei Leng on the shoulder.

“It’s fine bro, I really need to thank you for helping me find this evidence. We’ve already got people keeping watch over there, so if there’s any activity we’ll notify you.

Hey, you’ve been discharged for three years now and your injuries have already healed. You should hurry up and find something to do.

Don’t spend all day leisurely running back and forth and loafing about like this. It’s fine if you join the police or if you start a company.

It’s not like you don’t have the connections or the capital for that.”

Wei Leng lit a cigarette, raised his arm behind his head to cushion it as he leaned back on the sofa. “I’m too lazy for that.”

“Bullshit!” The man in a police uniform snatched the folder back and was angry enough that he had nothing more to say.

He turned to face Zheng Tan who was presently on the coffee table using his paws to squeeze the wrapping paper around the beef jerky. “That cat is pretty smart. Compared to Master’s lynx…”

The man in the police uniform stopped halfway through the sentence.

“Why’d I mention it?!”

“Why’d you mention it?!”

The two of them spoke up almost simultaneously.

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