Help save livestock victims in Fukushima, and improve respectful treatment of them.
The Association for Saving Affected Farm Animals of Fukushima was established on February 21st, 2012. They are now doing a signature‐collecting campaign on their website.
Here is the re-printing from the petition site of the Association for Saving Affected Farm Animals of Fukushima.
Please visit the site, sign and add your message. Also please spread this information.
Many cows are killed every day by the decision of the Japanese government in the restricted area around the accident of the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan. Many farmers had to release their own livestock due to the evacuation order after the disaster on March 2011. Currently the government leads roaming cows into fenced areas in order to euthanize them. Cows are terribly mistreated in fenced areas, are suffering from hunger and thirst, and some have died of starvation.
We are requesting the Prime Minister of Japan and related government offices to stop killing cows and improve respectful treatment of them.
For more detail please see our 1st petition page (we are trying to fix technical issues to send signatures from signers, but the story is available).
Please also visit the Association for Saving Affected Farm Animals of Fukushima on Facebook. The site is in Japanese, but some parts are translated to English.
We need your help.
Besides the target Prime Minister of Japan, Yoshihiko Noda, we are also targeting Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Michihiko Kano, Governor of Fukushima Prefecture, Yuhei Sato and the Livestock Division of each local government office.