The tracks of a blind dog, Aka, on a mountain in Iidate, Fukushima.
A short video by Gunman.
2 short videos by Kishimoto.
Report of natsumint.
This is natsumint and Kishimoto.
Came back from Fukushima, greedy activity.
I came back from Fukushima.
It is barely enough to do one thing in one day with my ability and physical strength.
But why am I so greedy?
I transferred the cat to Capin in Ibaraki.
Also transferred 8 cats to Nyanda Guard’s Miharu shelter.
Then met a volunteer in Iidatemura at our Naraha base.
We transferred a dog, Aka, and her 4 puppies, from a mountain where there was heavy snow.
We gave focused attention to these dogs.
Then, though unfinished, I moved on. Since I had come to Fukushima, I went, in a typical state of high tension, to Namie, and did the feeding for all points.
Then I brought everyone’s donated food and relief supplies all the way from Iwaki to Naraha, and stored it in the warehouse.
Then finally, did feeding in a part of Naraha, and collected the capture cages.
After all that, I’ve done a huge amount today, and feel dizzy.
But it is not only me.
The captain of Nyanda Guard and volunteers, Tominaga, Gunman, volunteers who sent off Aka, thank you so much.
Thanks also to Nishizawa and Kishimoto, who transferred Aka and puppies, and prepared the new home.
I also met Sakura Mama, who came from Yamanashi to the 20km area,
Everyone, thank you so much.
I hope Aka, despite her blindness, gets over the stress of this new life and takes care of her puppies.
This is from Kishimoto’s facebook.
Last night, I went to IIdate, Fukushima and transferred Aka and her puppies to the shelter in Fukushima.
I got lost, and it took 2 hours.
On the way to go to the shelter, I met Yui of Inuneko Kyusainowa.
It was really helpful that I could follow her car.
We safely moved Aka and puppies into the room.
Before 15:00pm, we left Inuneko Kyusainowa Naraha base.
It was a holiday and the highway was so crowded.
I couldn’t beat the sleepiness, and slept for an hour at Moriya Service area.
I got Natsumint back home.
And then did capture activity in Yokohama.
Somehow I got done before the Typhoon hit.
I’m going home now.
I’ll report to you about Aka and her puppies later.
Thanks to all of you who have been concerned about Aka and puppies.
Thanks to volunteers.
Thanks to the owner of Aka.
Thanks to everyone, so much.