Rescue and feeding activity in off-limits areas, Fukushima.
Jyoban route is temporary closed from Iwaki to Yotsukura. Nice view on route 6 to Yotsukura. There was a stretch of rice-fields with ripening grain. Beautiful. Since I started this activity in Fukushima, I have been witnessing the change of the four seasons in a way I haven't experienced since childhood. The Japanese pampas grass and rice swaying in the wind remind me of the scenery of my hometown in Yamanashi, but I don’t have time to stop.
The search at the checking point became harder. I have to show my driver license of course. But now all the fellow passenger have to show identification.
As soon as I came into the off-limits area, I went straight to Okuma-machi. We are not sure how this area will be. Okuma-machi and a part of Futaba-machi is a top priority. As soon as we finish setting the capture cage, we leave the food at feeding points and then stock for the next time.
The road was covered by very tall weeds. The landscape was totally changed.
We just go to the feeding points. At the feeding points, we try to use the things which the owner has in the house.
130 points in 2 days, 65 points in one day. If it is only the feeding, ok, but it takes a time to set the capture cage.
Okuma-machi is close to the nuclear power plants. I set 2 capture cages in the morning. The place I chose is as safe as I could find in terms of protection from dangerous animals. I will collect before it get’s dark.
About 6 months old beige kitten was inside.
The captured cats on the first day were in a safe place in Naraha-machi. with the cooperation of residents.