Fukushima, cats beyond the checkpoint.
Beyond the checkpoint. It is within the range of 20km from Nuclear Power Plant, after 2 years and 2 month since the disaster.
Only people who have had the experience of crossing over the boundaries know the difficulty.
I am quite weak, exhausted, but the supporters give me strength. This potent energy keeps my body moving.
Thank you, thank you so much for plenty of food. I want to bring this love to the hungry cats. I want to let them eat. I want them to survive. I want to save their lives. I want to protect them before they're gone. I want to at least do the sterilization.
The last rescue activity in May was on the 29th and 30th inside of the area within 20km of the nuclear power plant.
It is the delivery season. The cats are pregnant, but their bodies are small and depleted from lack of nutrition. Those cats were born after the disaster. Having come at last into the capture cages, many of them turn out to be nursing females. Then I have to release them to care for their kittens.
It is also the weaning season. The convenient place to leave food for kittens is a dog house. It is better to get rid of the different level. A cat in this house was rescued over one year ago, and is living in the temporary house with the owner. This owner is very generous and let us use their yard for feeding. Now many of the feeding spots need repair. We see things like a dog house roof decayed and leaky, or tattered plastic sheets. But there's really no time to fix them.
The sterilization is necessary, and we want to do it, even for just one. But for every one that gets done, 5 kittens are born to others.
But still, I hope to save their lives, and make them happy.
Please consider accepting them into your family.