I came back from Fukushima with a cat found lying on the street.
I always want to go back to Kawasaki within 24 hours. But as I need to sleep sometimes, it takes more time. I want to spend more time in Fukushima. But even if I leave kittens to the staff of TNR Japan Animal Welfare Hospital, I still take care of sick cats at my home, and must tend to toilets and food for other cats at home. If I spend more time, like at least 2 days, in Fukushima, I can rescue more cats. But it is difficult to ask someone to take care of so many of my cats.
This time also I couldn’t take more time to leave the capture cages. So I couldn’t capture any of them, even if I saw some cats. And I couldn’t go to all the feeding points.
This cat was lying on the street in Naraha-machi. Very thin and a bit dehydrated. I was worried he/she might not make it, but we arrived Kawasaki somehow. He/she seems around 4-5 years old, and about 1.4kg.
I hope he/she can survive.
The whole town started decontamination. I saw many cars and people. The cars look like they came from Hokkaido, Nagoya, Sasebo... Many people came from all over Japan for decontamination. Restoration of houses has begun.
But what can be done about these small lives? Can no one can hear their cries?