All about cats

What a smart cat

Naughty cat!

[Jing is shown outside holding a cat, but it is unclear if it is the same cat from the start of the game.]

[End of part 5. Time passes.]

[Scene changes. Jing is shown holding the cat again, but this time it is a cat that looks a lot like the cat he was holding before. This cat has the same eye style as Jing's cat, but the tail is different. Jing looks at the cat, then looks up at the sky. He looks at the cat again and laughs.]

[Scene changes. Jing is in what appears to be a classroom. He is looking at a stack of papers on one of the tables. He picks up a paper and looks at it.]

[Cut to Jing walking in the hallway with his cat. He opens a door and looks inside. He looks at the cat, then opens the door to a room. He looks inside.]

[Scene changes. Jing is shown holding his cat again. The cat is sitting on his shoulder, his tail wrapped around the cat's neck. He opens a door and looks inside. He looks at the cat, then looks down.]

[Cut to Jing walking in the hallway with his cat. He opens a door, looks in, and then closes the door.]

[Cut to Jing sitting at a table holding his cat. The cat is sitting in his lap. He writes something on a piece of paper, then puts it on the table.]

[Cut to Jing walking in the hallway with his cat. He opens a door, looks inside, and then closes the door. He looks at the cat.]

[Cut to Jing sitting at a table holding his cat. He writes something on a piece of paper, folds it, and then puts it in his pocket.]

[Cut to Jing walking in the hallway with his cat. He opens a door, looks inside, and then closes the door.]

[Cut to Jing walking in the hallway with his cat.

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