Activity in Fukushima.
Activity in Fukushima.
Soon the severe winter will come to Fukushima.
I don’t know when implementation of the interim storage facility in the planned nationalization area will make us give up our rescue activity for abandoned cats there.
We are doing our best to rescue them.
This time, we got 3 cats, but 2 are lactating.
We could rescue only these cats this time, but if they have kittens, we can’t rescue only mother cat.
It was so hard, but I released them.
One cat is now in TNR Japan Animal Welfare hospital, and finished vaccination, virus testing, and sterilization.
We will isolate this cat until the vaccine works.
After that it will go to Nekono Maria or Nyanda Guard.
It might be not possible to find a foster family.
※We focus on rescue activity in the planned nationalization area by the end of the year.
It will be intensive rescue.
From October 31, we’ll focus on this intensive rescue with groups and individual volunteers.
■Okuma, Futaba planned nationalization area.
Nekono Maria & Motchi
Recently groups and individual volunteers all face food shortages.
Please support us with your warm heart.
Taking care of afflicted cats also needs funding.
100 yen for one day, 3000 yen for a month could support one cat’s peaceful life.
Nekono Maria is looking for foster parents.
Also Nyanda Guard accepted so many afflicted cats, and is asking for 100 yen per day, 3000 yen for a month, which could support one cat’s peaceful life.
Please visit each website and support them.
Thank you so much.
☆October in Naraha
In October, the activity will be carried out 5 days / 3 times in Fukushima.
If we go more often, we use more food.
But it means the food is always there, increasing the probability of capture/protection.
We divide the food equally for all points.
Ishikawa Animal Friends (http://ameblo.jp/ishikawa-animal-friends/ ) which has supported us since the disaster, sent us so much baked bonito, and we set it in the capture cages.
The smell of this food attracts cats.
We have now 100 cats in our shelter.
It is not possible to give each of them this baked bonito.
But this time, I brought 100 baked bonitos to the shelter.
Thanks to Ishikawa Animal Friends.
I leave Kawasaki with a dawn arrival in Fukushima in mind.
This is our Naraha base.
This is a fun life for cats in the country side.
But the returning of the residents will start soon.
We have to be concerned about neighbors, and think about good ideas, including building a new shelter.
Before going into the planned nationalization area we go, as much as time allows, to feeding points in Naraha.
In Naraha, I divide the places with Matatabi & Nekokatsu, and set the capture cages first thing in the morning.
This time, Matatabi & Nekokatsu worked until late at night, and got a brown tabby.
They brought it back to Saitama.
Change the water.
Feeding point in an earthenware pipe.
Then let’s go to the 20km area.