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Back and forth between Kawasaki and Fukushima.

March 17, 2014
Back and forth between Kawasaki and Fukushima.
It was 3 cats today.

Thank you for coming to our adoption/fund-raising events.
A spoiled black cat, Hikaru, found a new family.
I will bring him to the new family.
During the adoption/fund-raising events, I went to Fukushima to bring back a mother cat that is nursing.

I arrived at Fukushima at 7:00am.I released her in Tomioka.
She ran into the cowshed.
Maybe her kittens are there.
I hope they grow up safely.

Then I set 15 capture cages there, and went on to feeding around Tomioka and Naraha.
At 18:00pm, collect the capture cages.

I rescued 3 cats.
I can’t release 2 of them, and accept them instead.
Another one is rescued at Naraha.
It may be a case for TNR. (Trap, Neuter and Return)I will think about it.

Nyanda Guard went to check the points within 20km area, which will be nationalized.
Thank you so much.

At Naraha point.
There was a cat on the roof of the shelter.
“Hello Siamese cat. Thank you for your work.

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This is Jun, rescued by residents.

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An old cat relaxing in the garden.

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An additional photo.

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I came back to Kawasaki.
But I will be busy again from early morning.

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Please take a look of Gan-san’s blog.
There are many photos there.
I'll paste his blog below.

http://mike-neko.blog.so-net.ne.jp/2014-03-16

Going to Fukushima on March 5, Saturday.
Leave Yokohama at 1:30am and change to a light vehicle in Kawasaki.
The convenience store in the parking area is so convenient.
I can buy a drink that gets rid of sleepiness.
I couldn’t believe it became so convenient.

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We drove slowly.

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Dawn broke in Hitachi.

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The single lane road was so crowded.

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We arrived at Hirono around 7:00am.

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What?

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What what???

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It was like this in December.

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Like this.....

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Finally the road opened beyond Hirono.
We loaded capture cages at Naraha point and started capture work.
These cats are living in Naraha point.

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This place is seaward from route 6.
It's our first visit here.

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Stopped by Tomioka station.

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It is the same as 3 years ago.

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The building around the station is also the same.

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This is a shop in front of the station.

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The firm dike was shattered

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The red car was a fire engine.

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The electric pole is inclining.

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During the setting of the capture cage, we came across a dead raccoon dog.
This raccoon dog seemed to have been alive until a few hours ago.
All of the raccoon dogs that I saw in Fukushima suffer badly from scabies.

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This is another raccoon dog body.
Would a crow peck at it?
Only skin is left.

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There are footprints on the field where decontamination ended.
Maybe this is raccoon dogs.

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Decontamination is everywhere.

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The decontamination garbage collects steadily.

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Where there's no space, bags are stacked up to three levels.

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We captured one cat.
3 of us checked whether this cat is lactating or not.
We squeezed her nipple but milk doesn’t appear.
We think she is not lactating.....But it is difficult to judge.
We can't all be confident.
We called Yui-san and decided to bring this cat to Kawasaki.

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There was a cat that has a collar.We set 3 capture cages, and went to collect other cages.

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We captured one cat in Tomioka.
This is a kitten.

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On the site of a high school,

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There was such thing.

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When we returned, a cat with a collar was in the cage.
This cat had this collar for 3 years.
The collar looked tight.
After we bring you to Kawasaki, we'll take off the collar and you can relax.

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It’s nearly dark.

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Moon.....

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When we returned to the point, the streetlight was off and it was completely dark.
We brought back the capture cage with a flashlight.
We received 2 cats from Futaba.
We brought a total of 5 cats back to Kawasaki.

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The streetlight is less in Jyoban street.

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We arrived at Kawasaki around midnight.
We checked 2 cats from Futaba.

It is an adorable tortoiseshell cat with a small mustache and

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A black cat.

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Yui-san said this cat is lactating.
Another nipple, which we didn’t squeeze, had milk.
Depending on the number of kittens; a cat doesn’t use all the nipples.
Yui-san brought this cat back to Fukushima.


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I returned to my home in Yokohama.
I feel relief when I see the Landmark Tower.

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