☆Cooperative rescue activity in the Okuma planned nationalization area in Fukushima. Confirmed a mixed siamese cat.

August 16, 2015
☆Cooperative rescue activity in the Okuma planned nationalization area in Fukushima.
Confirmed a mixed siamese cat.

Thank you so much for your support, as always.


Madao will come with us to set the sensor camera.
Under the heatwave, there was no food or water in no man’s area.
In such dry weather, the wild animals breed so fast.
Everyone hopes to rescue cats that were confirmed with sensor cameras.
And also leave enough food and water before the 3 week period.

This is a mixed siamese in the sensor camera.

The first day, Nekono Maria set a capture cage at the place where a mixed siamese was confirmed.
But it didn’t come in.
The second day, kept changing the food.
But it didn’t come in.

But another volunteer found this mixed siamese.
She said she will set the capture cage.
It is great we can share the information with this blog.
But it didn’t come in.

She said she will do one more day.
We can go into the area until tomorrow.
Thank you so much!

This mixed siamese is not a cat who’s owner requested protection.
We can’t finish this activity in the planned nationalization area so easily.




This is Tomioka. People can come into this area during the day.
We can come here before/after the planned nationalization area.



Day flower.
A pretty flower, which blooms calmly, always heals me.






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