Came back from Fukushima
Came back from Fukushima
Thank you so much for your support for this time as well.
Whenever I go to Fukushima, I feel like it's getting more and more difficult to keep my body moving.
It's so hard to finish work on time.
After 4:00 pm it gets dark quickly.
As darkness approaches we had to divide and share the workload, and in a desperate attempt, somehow finished.
When I got safely back to Kawasaki, I felt like sighing, 'ahh, I did it again...........'Some men and JAF members helped me, helped to keep my car somehow moving.
Because I was carrying the cats, I was in a hurry to get back to Kawasaki.
But I was too sleepy, and stopped at every service area.
It took twice as long as normal to make the trip.
The cats were ok, but I feel sorry for them in those small cages.
Despite my situation being like this, I have to continue this activity, as so many cats are still waiting to be rescued.
I want to recruit driver volunteers.
If someone could drive my car, it would be really helpful.
It will be much easier for my activity if I could sleep in the car for a couple of hours.
Thank you for your consideration.
Also we need more dry food.
Our activity is brisk, and we used the last pack this time.This will be a serious problem.
I am sorry to ask again and again, especially people who have been supporting us since the disaster. Even if it is only 1 pack of dry food, it will be really appreciated.
The food can be very important to keep cats alive.
I will report to you again about my activity in Fukushima.
I am sorry, but I must rest a while.
☆Raccoon dog in Chibumura in Shimane is safe.
Between 2007 and 2008, there was this sort of activity.
『Stop slaughter of the raccoon dog! In Shimane』
After they stopped slaughter of the raccoon dog, I put a flyer in the news paper in this village for 2 years to warn them.
But after that I didn’t have contact with them.
I was worried about raccoon dogs in Chibumura.
Then someone sent me this article.
Takeo Hidarimaki’s one week in Okinoshima.(Rika Tan, chief editor)
On the way to go to Sekiheki observation platform, I saw a raccoon dog. Long ago, they had been pets, but ran away and bred in the wild. They were thought to have been exterminated, but there seem to be some left
This is the car of the chairman of Yokohama Animal Family, when I went to Chibumura, in Okinoshima, Shimane, with him. We drove on snowy roads with this car.
We stopped at the house of a member of a village assembly, and asked how they are using the government's budget for control of raccoon dogs.
I think there's only one car like this in Japan.It parked for 2 days in front of our hospital for an educational campaign.