Monthly Archives: May 2011

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All Horses Have Been Relocated From Fukushima No-Go Zone.

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According to the report made by a team of politicians and vets who have been working on saving lives of farm animals from the Fukushima no-go zone, all horses of 100 have been relocated to different parts of Japan. One … Continue reading

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Japanese Government Received A Formal Request Not To Kill Farm Animals In Fukushima

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On May 25, the Chief Cabinet Secretary received a formal request not to kill the farm animals that are still alive within the 20km no-entry zone in Fukushima. Just before the area was closed for entry on April 22, 2011, farmers who used … Continue reading

‘Loss of Innocent Lives’ Page Added

A new page has been added to this blog today within the ‘ABOUT’ page.

https://tsunamianimals.wordpress.com/about-2/loss-of-innocent-lives-graphic-warning/

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UPDATE: Pigs Will Be Out Of 20km No-Go Zone!

Thanks to all the hard work of people who understand the preciousness of all animal lives. They are politicians, NPOs and individuals of both Japanese and foreign. As of this moment, the Japanese government decided to let the pigs out … Continue reading

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Will Farm Animals Be Let To Live?

While NPOs and individuals are constantly busy saving lives of dogs and cats from the tsunami-hit areas including around the Fukushima No.1 Nuclear power plant, some politicians are busy working on overturning the initial announcement to cull all farm animals … Continue reading

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Current Status – May 16, 2011

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There are many NPOs busy taking care of rescued pets as always, and there are not enough volunteers. The situation of owners living in shelters away from pets haven’t changed. Health of many pets that are kept in cars because they … Continue reading

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Write to Government Against ‘All Livestock within Fukushima No-Go Zone To Be Culled’

The Japanese Government officially announced today that all livestock left in the Fukushima 20km no-go zone to be euthanized as soon as it gets owners’ approval, as feeding them is virtually impossible to do in a long-term, according to Japan … Continue reading