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Animals Clinging to Life Inside Fukushima No-Go Zone – 5

As always, rescuers went inside the no-goze to rescue dogs and cats.

Soon they saw a small animal running away from their car, seemingly surprised by the car headlights. They thought it was a fox, but decided to investigate, soon to discover that it was a 3-4 months-old puppy!

The puppy hid himself away into the ditch.

It was very likely he never saw a human before, let alone ever be touched by one. He refused to come out of the ditch, and because the concrete panels were sealed so firmly, the rescuers had to flush some water into the ditch from between the panels. The puppy at last rushed out of the ditch, and was caught by the rescuers.

He was taken to a vet upon return, and was diagonized with a mild case of a skin disease. The puppy started his new life at one of the rescuers’ house, surrounded by many cats from Fukushima.

He soon became attached to the humans as if he always had lived with us.
He was soon adopted by his vet who had a crush on him for not only good looks but his lovable and friendly character.

A happy ending to the one of the rescued dogs out of the Fukushima no-go zone. 🙂

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One response to “Animals Clinging to Life Inside Fukushima No-Go Zone – 5

  1. THIS IS A WONDERFUL STORY WITH A “AND THEY LIVED HAPPILY EVER AFTER” ENDING!! I LOVE IT!!

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