By the way, he's saying, "Who of our friends has a cat? When the cat is not there, mice are screaming!" <--In my opinion in means more: (mice are prancing)
The text on the bottom left means nothing. <-- that's not true, it's name and address from movie "Jak rozpetalem druga wojne swiatowa" (How I started 2nd World War) guy captured by Germans give them this name and address to make it impossible for them to pronounce and spell it on form.
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