Dogs & a Cat Clinging to Life Inside the Nuclear No-Go Zone in Fukushima
Here are some photos taken by rescuers inside the 20km no-go zone on June 27, 2011.
- A Springer Spaniel with a part of one leg missing. When she heard a car, she came to the rescuers limping with a joy and desperate look on her face.
- When the rescuers stopped their car to check things on their car navigator, they heard a dog whining from somewhere. When they followed to the direction where the sound was coming from, they found an old female dog stuck in a ditch, unable to move.
- After the dog was rescued out of the ditch.
- All photos above are from http://blogs.yahoo.co.jp/vahanasbarsight/4636268.html
- Another rescue group found a puppy stuck in a ditch, also within the 20km no-go zone on June 17, 2011. His siblings were dead.
A puppy was rescued out of a ditch
Here are a footage of a puppy being rescued and a footage of how he’s doing now.
Another rescue team led by Mr. Hoshi saved one cat from a house that’s located 2km from the damaged nuclear power plant in Fukushima on June 25, 2011.
'Your food. Blue, Ryu and Pi, please stay alive till we come back. We'll come back to get you' - written by the cats' owner.
Owners had to leave the house immediately, and left as much cat food and water as possible inside the house.
Images of the three cats were used in their New Year's greeting card. That's how much the family loved the cats.
Images of the three cats were used in their New Year's card. That's how much the family loved the cats.
This cat was the only one rescued alive.
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