TNR Japan Animal Welfare Hospital carries on TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return) every year in Kawasaki-city, where delegate Yui lives. In Spring, there are some cats who we don’t usually see.
On May14th, I set the food in capture cage and put it on my car, then leave it with a neighbor.
I go back to walk the dogs until the cats come into the capture cage. On the way, I stopped near some beautiful flowers for a short rest.
I take the capture cage back to TNR Japan Animal Welfare Hospital and leave a note to the veterinarian. I captured 9 cats over 3 consecutive nights. One of them seems to have just given birth, because there's milk from the breast. So I released her.
I found a white kitten who had been hit by a car. It was already cold. I requested a funeral service from the hospital.
The same thing continues every year, even in the area of focus for TNR activities.
Unfortunate cats are not just in the off-limits area of Fukushima. So many kittens were left in the garbage dump in Fukushima. We are looking for their host families through our donation event.
I cannot help hoping for the improvement of awareness among owners. The result of group feeding outside, without sterilization, is undesired life.