Li Zhenruo followed behind the two people.

       Auntie Wu pulled Wang Ma into Li Zhenruo’s room and went to the bathroom to show Wang Ma the bloody tissues in the trash can.

       Wang Ma frowned and said, “Who throws things into xiao Ruo’s room?”

       Li Zhenruo thought silently, Wang Ma’s reaction was normal. If it were him, the first reaction would be wondering who was throwing things here as a prank.

       Auntie Wu’s face really was not looking good. She said, “Wang Ma, do you think it’s Li Zhenruo… He…”

       “What nonsense!” Wang Ma was a little upset.

       Auntie Wu said, “This room is usually locked. I only opened the door for a while to clean. I didn’t even come here yesterday.” 

       Wang Ma heard the words and said, “You are not the only one who has the key!”

       In fact, she forgot to close the door yesterday after cleaning. If she recalled it carefully, she wouldn’t be so alarmed. He didn’t know if it was because she was too nervous, but at this time, she couldn’t remember at all.

       But when one thought about it. Usually in the morning when she cleaned, there would be no one else on this side of the main floor except Wang Ma, it really didn’t seem like someone was doing a prank.

       Of course, no one would suspect a cat.

       Li Zhenruo tried to stare at Auntie Wu’s face, and her voice trembled a little.

       Wang Ma said again, “Anyway, it’s just a piece of toilet paper. Where’s the ghost in that?”

       Auntie Wu didn’t know what she was thinking, and asked, “Then you tell me, who would do it?”

       How could Wang Ma know who did it? She also felt that there was something strange about this matter. So she could only say to Auntie Wu, “Anyway, don’t yell and make a fuss anymore. I will talk to Zhentai and the others in the afternoon and check out who did the prank.”

        Maybe because it was about Li Zhenruo who had passed away, Wang Ma was a little angry. She asked Aunt Wu to use a plastic sealed bag to pack the tissues, and said that she must find the prankster.

       Auntie Wu did as she ordered, but her expression never recovered, and her whole self was a little absent-minded.

       Li Zhenruo thought to himself, Auntie Wu might have received money from someone to do this kind of thing. She might not intend to cause harm, but she also knew the consequences her behaviour had brought afterwards. Of course, Li Zhenruo wouldn’t resent her, if it wasn’t this blood-stained tissue, it would be something else. If the other party found a woman to get his semen, he would feel even more disgusted if he learnt about it afterwards.

       What he wanted to know most now was who Auntie Wu gave the things to?

       Li Zhentai, Li Zhenzi or… Li Zhenran?

       Auntie Wu went back to the small building on the right after cleaning. Li Zhenruo wanted to follow her, but was picked up by Wang Ma halfway through and was asked to stay here quietly.

       Later, he sneaked out into the courtyard and saw Auntie Wu was washing clothes in the washing machine. Her face was pale, but she hadn’t contacted anyone, nor had she spoken to anyone.

       It is impossible for Li Zhenruo to keep an eye on Auntie Wu all day. At this time, he hates his powerlessness as a cat. If he was a human, at least he could think of some way to monitor Auntie Wu’s phone call to see if she has tipped off anyone.

       Unfortunately, these ideas just existed in his mind, and Li Zhenruo couldn’t do anything about it. 

       This afternoon, the three Li brothers were not out socializing but went home for dinner.

       Li Zhenruo habitually climbed onto Li Zhenran’s lap. Just after the meal was served, Wang Ma told them about the blood-stained tissue that Auntie Wu found in Li Zhenruo’s room today.

       A trace of bewilderment appeared on the faces of several people at the same time. This matter was really a little strange.

       Li Zhenruo’s eyes didn’t blink as he tried to check their expressions.

       Li Zhentai asked first, “What kind of tissue?”

       Wang Ma took out the paper towels in the plastic bag and showed them.

       Li Zhentai frowned.

       Li Zhenzi raised his eyebrows and said, “Who would do such boring things?”

       Li Zhenruo suddenly realized that he couldn’t see Li Zhenran’s expression. He jumped onto the dining table and walked towards the end of the rectangular dining table. From this angle, he could observe the expressions of three people at the same time.

       Li Zhenran was the coldest one. He even took a slow sip of the soup and asked Wang Ma, “Was there anyone else there besides you and her?”

       Wang Ma shook her head, “Just me and her.”

       Li Zhentai’s brows are still frowning, “It wasn’t Auntie Wu pretending to be a ghost, right?”

       Wang’s mother said, “It doesn’t look like it, her face was blue with fear.”

       Li Zhenzi laughed when he heard that, “What is she afraid of? It’s not like the fourth child appeared.”

       Wang Ma looked at him, and discouraged him, “Don’t say such things.”

       Li Zhenzi shrugged and stopped talking.

       Li Zhentai looked puzzled, “A piece of tissue? A bit of blood? What does it represent?”

       Wang Ma didn’t understand either and just shook her head.

       Li Zhenran wiped his mouth with a paper towel, moving gracefully, and suddenly said, “It’s not really a big deal, tell Auntie Wu not to be afraid. There are no ghosts in this world. In other words, even if the fourth child comes back, it means that for every grievance there was someone responsible1in this case Li Zhenran is saying that the fourth child will be dealing with the person who caused him grievance by himself, and he couldn’t find the reason to make her responsible. If someone pretended to be a ghost, I’m afraid it won’t be just this time, let’s see what this person is going to do next. There is no need to publicize this matter, tell Auntie Wu to keep her mouth shut and not to make the whole Li family tense.”

       Wang Ma obviously agreed with Li Zhenran’s words. She said, “I told her to shut up and stop being so shocked.”

       Li Zhentai also said, “That’s it.”

       After he said that, Li Zhentai suddenly noticed the cat sitting on the dining table. He turned to Li Zhenzi and said, “Third child, look at your cat.”

       The eyes of the three brothers suddenly turned to Li Zhenruo.

       Li Zhenruo was still thinking that his three elder brothers were really thorough in handling things, and by now he couldn’t feel which one of them was more suspicious at all. In comparison, Auntie Wu was just making a huge fuss and couldn’t maintain her composure.

       Li Zhenzi stared at Li Zhenruo and said, “Big brother, don’t you think it is more appropriate to call it the second brother’s cat now?”

       Li Zhenran laughed when he heard the words, stretched out his hand to Li Zhenruo, and said, “Come here.”

       His tone was very calm, but it was accompanied by a commanding attitude that does not allow resistance. The more he behaved like this, the more Li Zhenruo didn’t want to do what he wanted. But if he wanted to live well in Li’s family, he had no choice but to rely on Li Zhenran.

       Although he was unwilling, Li Zhenruo walked towards Li Zhenran and got a small piece of boiled chicken in plain water.

       At night, Li Zhenran was lying on the bed and talking on the phone.

       Li Zhenruo wanted to listen to the content, but it’s mostly the other person who was talking and Li Zhenran just responded with a few flat “um”.

       His forelimb injury was not completely healed, but today it was not as painful as yesterday.

       Li Zhenruo sat on Li Zhenran’s tatami, raised his paw and licked the wound.

       Suddenly, Li Zhenran squeezed his paw from the side and turned it over to look at his wound.

       Li Zhenruo felt a little strange for a moment because Li Zhenran had already helped him with his wounds last night.

       Li Zhenran looked at his injury for a while, and asked, “Did someone scratch you?”

       At this time, if Li Zhenruo wasn’t a cat, he believed that he would have been covered in cold sweat. He had never thought that Li Zhenran would be so keen. In fact, in this house, no matter what he did secretly, he was the least suspicious one, because no one would suspect a cat.

       But now, Li Zhenran associated the bloodstains on the tissues and the blood on his wounds, thinking that someone else did it, and it really made Li Zhenruo sweat.

       Fortunately, Li Zhenruo doesn’t need to answer Li Zhenran’s question.

       No matter what kind of doubt Li Zhenran faces, his answer was very simple. He just open his eyes wide and answered him, “Meow~”

       Li Zhenran looked at him for a while, stretched out his hand and rubbed his head, then let the matter go.

       Li Zhenruo felt that his mouth was dry, so he didn’t dare to run immediately. He lay down beside Li Zhenran’s leg for a while before turning over and getting out of bed to drink water outside.

       That night, Li Zhenruo didn’t go to Li Zhenran’s room to sleep. Of course, he was a little wary of Li Zhenran in his heart, and second, it was to facilitate him to sneak out at night.

       After 11 o’clock, everyone went to sleep one after another, and Li Zhenran’s door was locked from the inside.

       Li Zhenruo slipped outside from the window and went directly to the small building on the right.

       Because most of the families’ nanny, chef, and the driver gardener get up early, the lights in the small building have almost gone out.

       Li Zhenruo had seen it during the day and remembered that Auntie Wu’s room was on the far right side of the second floor. At this time, only her room was still showing faint light. So he climbed directly up the window and looked in from the window sill.

       The window in Auntie Wu’s room was closed, and the curtains were closed, leaving only a gap.

       The room is dimly lit, and Auntie Wu hadn’t slept. She sat on the bed and recited some words, because her voice was very low and fast, Li Zhenruo still couldn’t hear clearly what she recited even when he pressed his ear.

       He stood by the window for more than ten minutes, but Auntie Wu sat on the bed and recited for more than ten minutes.

       Finally, Li Zhenruo became impatient and wanted to scare her. He stretched out his paw and grabbed the window glass hard, making an ear-piercing noise.

       Auntie Wu’s eyes widened suddenly, and she sat motionless on the edge of the bed.

       Li Zhenruo turned around and jumped from the windowsill. He was shrinking in the corner and when he looked upward, he saw Auntie Wu open the window to look outside with a face overwhelmed with fear.

       The next morning, Li Zhenruo went downstairs after washing his face with his paws.

       Just as he reached the first floor, he heard Wang Ma said to Li Zhentai, “Auntie Wu said she’s quitting. She wanted to go back to her hometown.”

       Li Zhenruo was dumbfounded all of a sudden. He wanted to scare Aunt Wu, but he didn’t expect she would be too scared and chase her away. As Auntie Wu left, the clue he obtained with great difficulty broke again.

       Li Zhentai had no expression when he heard it, and said, “If she wants to leave, just let her be, and settle this month’s salary for her. Our Li family will not treat her badly.”

       Upon hearing those words, Wang Ma said, “Oh, all right.”

       Li Zhenruo froze and thought to himself whether he had the ability to keep Auntie Wu.

       Suddenly, someone kicked him gently from behind. He turned his head and saw Li Zhenzi who had just come downstairs.

       Li Zhen said to him, “A good dog doesn’t stand in the way.” After speaking, he smiled and changed his words, “A good cat doesn’t stand in the way.”

       Li Zhenruo was not in the mood to respond to him and ran towards the outside of the gate.

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