1212月2017

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Hachiko Animal Federation

HACHIKO COALITION(ハチ公連合)について

ハリケーン・カトリーナが上陸した時、民間人の緊急避難のためにアメリカ空軍へ物資を供給する仕事のサポートをするために非公式に結成され、その後、日本での3つの大災害で引き続き活動するために名前を替えて再結成されました。

Charles Harmison and Yoshiko Wada have spent their first day in Fukushima, and have rescued 6 cats today, here are their pictures. They also have GPS locations of dogs and other cats and will be looking for them today. We will post all their updates as soon as they become available. Thank you to everyone for donating to their chipin page, you've made a difference, you too, have saved these 6 cats from starvation. You have had a hand in this, and we thank you for your generosity. チャールズ・ハーミソン氏と和田佳子さんの福島で最初の1日です。 今日は猫を6匹救いました。これは救出した猫の写真です。 彼らはまた犬と他の猫のGPS情報をもっていて、動物たちを探しています。 私たちは彼らが確認できたらすぐに彼らの情報を全て更新します。 皆さん、Charles Harmison and Yoshiko Wada Fukushima Rescue MissionのChipInのページから寄付をありがとうございます。…
From the admin of the Loyal Tsunami Dogs, Cat and Animals of Japan facebook page after attending Dr. Imamoto's event yesterday in San Francisco: " I was so thrilled to meet Dr. Shigeki Imamoto today! Dr. Imamoto has done so much work to help the animals in Fukushima's exclusion zone. By helping the animals, he is also helping the people. It's so painful to hear the stories of how the loss of pets and farm animals has affected the people of Japan. I feel it is my personal responsibility to do all possible to help him get this information out…
Calling San Francisco! Do you live there or nearby? What are you doing tomorrow? We hope you can attend Dr. Imamoto's presentation at The Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Northern California where Dr. Imamoto will talk on his efforts to save the livestock left behind in the exclusion zone in Fukushima Prefecture. The presentation will take place at 1840 Sutter St. in S.F.’s Japantown at 1:30 p.m. We would like to thank the JCCCNC from the bottom of our heart! They have moved mountains to make this event tomorrow successful and we are forever grateful! thank you! サンフランシスコに集まって! あなたはサンフランシスコまたは近くにお住まいですか?…
Countdown to Fukushima. Charles Harmison and Yoshiko Wada enter the zone in 3 days. The funds collected in this chipin will be used for obvious supplies, and vet care for the animals, and ongoing care at the shelter. They will ALL require a visit to the vet after spending the last 292 days, 21 hours and 47 minutes fending for themselves. This pair has rescued over 400 Fukushima pets. http://charlesharmison.chipin.com/charles-harmison-and-yoshiko-wada-fukushima-rescue-mission NO amount is too small. Thank you for helping the rescue of the Fukushima animals. 福島へのカウントダウン チャールズ・ハーミシン氏と和田佳子さんは3日間警戒区域に入ります。 この寄付で得られた資金は、明らかな必需品と、動物の世話、シェルターで暮らしている動物たちのために使われます。 自活して、202日と21時間47分、動物たちは皆診療を望んでいます。 このペアは福島のペットを400匹以上救出しました。   The guidelines for the temporary home visits for evacuees…
At the National Evacuation Conference in New Orleans, LA. This is the order for the Panel 17 presentations tomorrow, Wednesday, February 8, 2012. Panel 17: Animal Evacuation Issues and Nuclear Emergencies: Dr. Shigeki Imamoto, DVM, Shinjo Animal Hospital, "Animals in the Fukushima Exclusion Zone after the Fukushima Power Plant Accident"Ines Aviles-Spadoni, M.S., University of Florida & Hachiko Coalition "Creating an Evacuation Plan for Livestock during Emergency Disasters: The Case of Fukushima, Japan" Dick Green, Ed.D, Director Disaster Response, ASPCA will be discussing IFAW’s response and the ensuing summit in Tokyo and the committee’s recommendations and the application to planning in…
Paris Match, one of France's most widely read magazines features a photo segment about the Fukushima Animals in their January 31, 2012 issue. UKC Japan is featured in the photos rescuing animals. Thank you UKC Japan, thank you Paris Match. Please share with your friends in Europe. フランスで最も広く読まれている雑誌の一つパリ マッチ誌は、2012年1月31日で福島の動物達について写真をとりあげています。UKC Japanが動物たちを救出している写真です。ありがとう UKC Japan。ありがとう パリ マッチ誌。ヨーロッパであなたの友人たちと共有して下さい。 Les animaux oubliés de Fukushima -   My name is Sevuk and I live in California. Do you own a pet? Know someone who does? The Hachiko Coalition created a campaign called "Save the Animals-The World is Watching". They need as many photos as possible, just…
Picture take by the Hoshi Family in the 20 km zone. There are an estimated 3000 to 5000 domesticated cats still alive in the exclusion area. This photo demonstrates the desperation, the eagerness, and the never ending angst of hunger of those left behind. They are devouring the food left by rescuers. So much so, their biting through the can itself to ensure they get every last drop. The animals of Fukushima have been abandoned for 285 days, 23 hours and 44 minutes. 写真は Hoshi Family によって20km圏内で撮影されたものです。約3,000〜5,000匹の飼い猫がまだ警戒区域内で生きているとおもわれています。彼らは救助グループが置いてきた食物をむさぼり食べています。彼らは最後の一滴まで残さず缶そのものまで噛んでいます。福島の動物たちは、285日と23時間44分の間見捨てられています。   Hello, my name is Kishiko, and I am a Fukushima survivor. This…
My name is Jasmine. I am an Australian cat. My pet parent is living in Japan at the moment and has been helping some of the animals rescued from Fukushima. I was a stray until I was a year old so I know what it is like to be alone, cold and hungry. I hope all the animals in Fukushima are rescued soon. They have been alone and foraging for food and water for the last 284 days, 20 hours and 22 minutes. Please send your visual petitions to このメールアドレスはスパムボットから保護されています。閲覧するにはJavaScriptを有効にする必要があります。 . They are sent to all 11 Ministries, the National Diet,…
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