Limited supply- 1,000yen each/ free shipping in Japan! Order NOW at [email protected] (include your name, full address (postal code), calendar quantity) THANKS for your support as all donations will benefit the JCN shelter!
Japan Cat Network is pleased to offer the 2017 Calendar-perfect for your desk! THIS YEAR TIME IS SHORT as are the Limited calendar supply!
What you get for your donation! A playful kitty JCN EXCLUSIVE- 17 page postcard size calendar with a clear desktop case.
This year we are pleased to say several of our long term shelter kitty's were adopted into forever homes this year! (Setsuo, Ippo, Coco, Shima,Fuku,Chibi, Tart, Charlie, Nikki, Claude, Peanut, and soon Simon to name a few). Letting go never felt so good! JCN's presence in Fukushima and continued efforts to provide a safe place for all our cherished rescues until a forever home is found is of HIGH importance along with our TNR efforts and spay/neuter campaigns. In the meantime, we GREATLY appreciate our supporters and monthly sponsors whose donations help to sustain the animal shelters' needs and medical expenses.
Price: 1,000yen each/ free shipping in Japan!
Keeping ordering simple: Order NOW at [email protected] (include your name, full address (postal code), calendar quantity)
Payments can be made via online http://japancatnetwork.org/donate or our postal account
Japan Postal Account
Name: Japan Pet Network
*if transferring money from another institution/bank use Branch number: 448 and (0392990)
International shipping available and we will email seperately for specialized pricing. All these adorable photos were taken on-site at the Inawashiro shelter by Draycat.com for the 4th year. We truly thank him for his time and generosity! Our calendars were designed by our amazing volunteers (Celia, Annie, Himanshi)... We will do all we can to mail the calendar orders out quickly, so Santa Paws will fill your stockings and bring you good luck for the NEW YEAR...
We thank each of you for your kindness as we look forward to a season full of CHEER and goodwill!
Riker is adopted into a new family, Jim feeds cows in the evacuated zone, and volunteer Steve sets off on his next adventure.
Words by Hannah Davenport. Photography by Fernanda De Icaza.
In order to thank our amazing volunteers, we have started introducing them to you. Today, one of our ex-volunteers is here to tell you about her time at the shelter. Laura volunteered at JCN Inawashiro for 7 months, putting her name in our list of long-term volunteers.
The statue of the much-loved Japanese dog Hachiko is a constant reminder of the forever bond between humans and animals. Read the Rocket News report about a beautiful new statue going up at University Tokyo's campus, finally reuniting Hachiko and his long awaited papa Hidesaburo Ueno.