The second day of TNR for 30 cats from Tokyo
During rebuilding of a mansion, after the residents moved out, some cats were left behind. They counted 28 cats, but there are more.
This is the second day of TNR for the volunteers in Tokyo.
It’s getting cold. The poor cats were suddenly thrown out, to live outside.
It's too difficult now to keep all of them in our shelter.
What we can offer is to do TNR. They captured 23 cats in 2 days.
They will capture the remaining ones on the third day.
I hope we can do TNR for all the cats.
The volunteers this time are people I know, friends who have been working in this area for 10 years.
We have been doing the same activity for the local cats.
There is an animal welfare promoter on this volunteer team.
She is the right person to talk to the owner of this mansion, and also to interface with the neighbors about this activity.
But this is not so easy.
At first, TNR is necessary to avoid breeding.
The following photo is cats awaiting sterilization in the TNR Japan Animal Welfare Hospital.
We have other reservations for sterilization today.
So just one veterinarian does the sterilization.
The cars from the third day will come in the evening.
So far so good.