Fukushima cooperative rescue activity in planned nationalization area Okuma and Futaba.

December 4, 2014
Fukushima cooperative rescue activity in planned nationalization area Okuma and Futaba.

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Nekono Maria
Matatabi
Nekokatsu
Inuneko Kyusainowa

12/29
Nyanda Guard
Inuneko Kyusainowa

12/30
Nyanda Guard
Inuneko Kyusainowa
Madao

We want to rescue as many as we can.
For this purpose, on the first day, the volunteers will set the capture cage all points.
We enlarge the range of the area for the setting of capture cages, and set them at the center of the mountain side of Okuma, which is a difficult-to-return area.
We could rescue more cats, but still left so many.

Nekono Maria set the capture cages in Okuma and Futaba,
Matatabi & Nekokatsu set the capture cages and did feeding in Okuma and Futaba, but far from the center.
We, Inuneko Kyusainowa, set the capture cages in the center of Okuma, and went to Namie B area for feeding.


Then
12/29 Nyanda Guard, Inuneko Kyusainowa
12/30 Nyanda Guard, Inuneko Kyusainowa, Madao
will take over the work.

☆Planned nationalization area, Okuma and Futaba.

This is Okuma, which is a planned nationalization area.
There were so many police cars before, so it was difficult to come to this area.

Koenji Nyandarazu continued the feeding, but it was difficult to cooperate and coordinate all together.
Each of us worked as hard as we could, but it was difficult to leave the capture cages for a long time.

I don’t know when the government will start to build the Interim storage facility.
But depending on the plan, this area would be difficult to come into.
We have to hurry to rescue all.

Nekono Maria set 2 capture cages already here.
A red tabby was rescued last time.
How about this time?

Yes!
I am very glad.

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Again a red tabby.
This is not the one that this resident is looking for.
But anyway it is good to rescue any of them.

I feel there are still some cats here.

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The food was not enough.
Nyanda Guard brought the food they have.
We fill up enough food to get more cats and rescue them.

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There is a food box at the innermost point.

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Leave clean water.

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Here is planned nationalization area Futaba.
As Nekono Maria set the capture cage on the first day, we could set it 3 days in a row.

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Someone in Futaba is looking for a brown tabby.
But I think their cat doesn’t have this pattern around the mouth.
Looks small.
It may have been born after the disaster.

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Madao put this so as to avoid crows and wild animals.

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We rescued 7 cats with everyone’s cooperation.
To be continued.

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