Naraha, Tomioka in Fukushima, with CAPIN nekoneko
Naraha, Tomioka, with CAPIN nekoneko
Between spring and summer, I went to 5 towns between Naraha and Namie, again and again, and was welcomed by so many beautiful flowers.
But the time goes so fast.
Now so many seed sand red berries declare that Winter has come.
This time I am with CAPIN nekoneko.(http://ameblo.jp/tsukuba-cats/entry-11644893575.html)
To make smooth, efficient activity, we mapped out a course of places where cats were spotted, or TNR could happen.
The residents of the "impossible-to-return" area have no hope for the future there.
So we have to rescue the cats that were left.
People can go in and out of Naraha and Tomioka during the day.
But for cats, there is no change in the situation.
Their lives depend on waiting for food from a few volunteers.
This is Mr.nekoneko.nekoneko
The kennel is strong and durable.
In just a week, the water becomes so dirty.
We wash all water bowls and pour fresh water.
But the water tank is so heavy, and my back hurts.
This day, nekoneko did all of it.
I hope he was ok the next day.
Kaki! Kaki!! (Persimmons) Pitty we can’t eat it.
During the activity in Fukushima, we don’t have time to eat.I don’t even feel hungry.But this day with nekoneko, I had a bit of time.
When we returned to Naraha storage, someone offered me Kaki.The residents there are always so kind, and we depend on them.