☆Reorganize the feeding volunteers in Namie, Fukushima.

March 5, 2015
☆Reorganize the feeding volunteers in Namie, Fukushima.

I couldn’t report about Namie for a while.
I am so sorry that I didn’t have so much time.
I report to you now about activity in Namie.

Even with so few volunteers, I want to continue the rescue activity in Naraha, Tomioka, Okuma, Futaba and Namie, as long as possible, and rescue as many cats as possible.
I have been trying to make better systems, and slowly the systems are getting set in some towns.

We, Inuneko Kyusainowa, are thinking about efficient activity in these 5 towns.
Especially I want to hurry to rescue cats in the nationalization area and difficult return area.

However, time is limited.
The time is always up after just the feeding in Okuma, Futaba and Namie, and there’s no time to set the capture cages.
To solve this problem, we changed the formation of the volunteer’s activity area.

Ayaka, who accepted 5 cats from Fukushima through Inuneko Kyusainowa, offered to join our activity.
She’ll take care of feeding in Namie.

Ayaka will join with Ms. L, who has been taking care of half of Inuneko Kyusainowa’s Namie feeding points.
450kg ~ 460Kg of feed is necessary in Namie for one time.
They use 400kg of donated food, and prepare remaining amounts by themselves.

The next Namie activity will be March 7.

I stopped by Hibarino Iyashi, where we receive the aid.
It was a stone sauna before the disaster.
Mrs. Murao, who is a resident of Naraha, rented this place.


8Kg x 50 package = 400Kg.
The volunteer donated 50Kg, increasing it to 450Kg for one time feeding activity.
We continue the feeding every other week.



These photos are from volunteers.
More cats survive in Namie than Okuma or Namie.
Last time, a volunteer found a cat in heat.
3.11 Rescue (http://okomenokiwami.blog38.fc2.com/)captured 2 cats for TNR.




The address where we receive the aid has changed.
Please support us and the abandoned cats.
Thank you so much.

Inuneko Kyusainowa
c/o Chie MURAO
27-1 Kaminohara, Kitada, Naraha-machi, Futaba-gun, Fukushima 979-0604
TEL : 090 4630-8861
※Please send the aid by Yamato Takkyubin / Gozen (in the morning)
*Please do not call this number, only for Yamato Takkyubin





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