She got better, and got the vaccine.
I have to go to Fukushima from now. I am going to leave Miku in TNR Japan Animal Welfare Hospital. If the veterinarian gives permission to let her join with the donation event, she might join a little bit. But I have strong feeling for this cat and don’t want to let her go.
The Styrofoam bed and feeding box for preparation for winter in Fukushima.
Every year, one volunteer donates to us some brand new Styrofoam boxes for which her company had no need. This is very helpful, because we can use them for wildcats and cats in Fujimi Park.
Today we made these boxes into bed and food boxes for the cats in Fukushima. Here are a big one and a small one. For the big one, we make a hall on each side, and for the small one, we make a big hall to be an entrance. The thick Styrofoam becomes a very warm bed. We will set this bed at a high position, like on a shelf, to avoid attacks from other animals.
This also becomes a food box. The cat can go into this box and avoid the crow.
This is well-made for only one winter. After that, we can take them out easily.
We prepared as many as possible to load into the car. She is setting the materials such as to avoid the wind.
We put as much food as possible in the Styrofoam boxes. We also load 10 empty shochu (booze) bottles from “Uncle Cat”. This is convenient for watering. But I think “Uncle Cat” drinks too much.
I have so many things to do this time as well. Pray to the cat god to not be caught by police.......