We need your help to look after our sick cats
We've had an expensive month here at the Fukushima shelter. We've had an unexpected bill for replacing our broken hot water heater (¥130,000) and had to take all of our special needs cats to the vet.
We'd love to raise some extra money this weekend so anyone who makes a donation of $10 or more by Monday morning will receive a hand drawn thank you postcard from the volunteers, cats, and dogs at the Fukushima shelter. After you donate using either of the the links below, please drop us an email to [email protected] letting us know how much you donated & your postal address and we'll pop your postcard in the mail on Monday morning. See the video below to meet our sick cats and see the postcards we'll be sending out.
It is tsuyu here in Japan which means the rainy season. This weather makes our cats sleepy and the volunteers kind of nostalgic especially because three of our volunteers left this week ! Special thanks to Amelia, Nicha and Andrew.
Judith Baldwin has been involved with JCN since 2012, a year after the natural & nuclear disasters in Northeastern Japan. She’s been volunteering and helping the JCN shelter in many different ways. We’re lucky to have her with us this month at the Inawashiro shelter. Here’s a glimpse of her journey with JCN.
For the purpose of making her more social, Fay is being fostered by Jojo and Nick, in Kyoto. Hear from Nick himself about his experience so far with Fay, and learn how you can make a shy cat more social too.
Freya was rescued close to the Fukushima shelter two weeks ago. Today she starts life in her fur-ever home.