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Sad Dogs after Earthquake Tsunami in Japan

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Published on Mar 15, 2011

URGENT REQUEST 4/16/2011
Help the pets who have been left behind! Petition letter to Prime Minister's Office issued by Japan Animal Wellness Clinic. Please click the link and follow the instructions to send petition letter.
http://www.facebook.com/note.php?note...

People are not allowed to take their pets to most evacuation centers in Japan. Please help animals!

4/15/2011 An Honest Report from IFAW on Fukushima Japan
*PLEASE READ http://www.twolittlecavaliers.com/201...

4/2/2011 http://www.ausfox.com/Ultimate_Loyalt...
Shelters and evacuation centres in the main, continue to refuse access for evacuees to bring pets with them. Accordingly very large numbers of pets are being handed in to protection agencies and pet shelters for adoption. One pet shelter in Sendai with a grassy fenced in run, rather than cages, has filled to over flowing capacity with 120+ tsunami survivor dogs looking for foster or forever homes immediately. Feeding and supplying water & care facilities in such situations is a tremendous burden on the owners of the facilities, who operate on a voluntary basis, without paid staff etc.
Missing Animals
Many missing pets have now been re-united with their owners however after the joy of being reunited the owners are advised that they are not permitted to bring their newly found pets to the evacuation centres with them. Owners are therefore choosing to sleep in cars or abandoned cars instead with the animals and the other members of their family. A very large number of cases of deadly Deep Vein Thrombosis have been reported as a result of this practice.

Helping pets in post-disaster Japan
The dog had been left tied up in a yard in Fukushima, the largely emptied city synonymous with the words "nuclear disaster."
http://www.latimes.com/news/nationwor...

Care2
Japan's Pet Survivors - Stories From First Disaster Team
The beautiful brindle dog pictured above spends each day since the disaster in Japan, staring anxiously at the door outside a Japanese evacuation center.
http://www.care2.com/causes/animal-we...

『災害時の愛玩動物同伴可能の避難所の確保と増加及び、
愛玩動物入居可能の仮設住宅の確保と増加と建設を求める署名』
Petition to have more evacuation centers allow pets (text in Japense only)
http://www.n-d-s.tv/pet-rescue/shomei...

Petition to setup "Google Animal Finder".
http://idea-tech.sakura.ne.jp/signature/
Google launches "Animal Finder" 4/15/2011
http://japan.animal-finder.appspot.com/

Are you looking for a lost pet? Do you have info. regarding location of a lost pet? Please visit and register the info. at these websites.行方不明のペットを探しですか。迷子を見かけた知っている人ですか。URLで登録ください。
https://www.facebook.com/notes/kinshi...

Reliable Animal Rescue Group in Japan
dogwood
http://blog.goo.ne.jp/welcome-dogwood

ARK (Animal Refuge Kansai)
http://www.arkbark.net/?q=en%2Fnode%2...

Angels
http://saveloveanimals.blog59.fc2.com/


STOP UNCLAIMED PETS TO BE GASSED IN 72HRS, in Japan
Yes. At the emergency disaster, animals in shelters will not be euthanized in 72hrs, WHAT bout AFTER emergency time???

Man 1 - Now we are in Arahama area... oh look there is a dog there. He is gray, must have survived from the earth quake and tsumani. He is covered in dust. He is wearing a collar so must be a domestic dog - he has a silver chain around his neck. He looks scared... Look, there is another one. Is he dead?
Man 2 - where?
Man 1 - Just right next to him
Man 2 - ah...
Man 1 - there is another dog next to him but he is not moving... is he dead?
Man 2 - I think he is protecting him
Man 1 - yeah I think so too. Maybe he is telling us to back off. 'don't come anywhere near us'. It's heartbreaking. It's so hard to see something like this.
Man 1 - oh I can see the other one is moving. That's great, he is alive. Looks like he is very weak though... I hope they can be rescued very soon. Oh look, he is getting up, that's fantastic. I can't believe they survived from such a horrific earth quake.
Man 2 - Damn I wish I had food with me...
Man 3 - we should have brought something...
END Thank you flyingtoaster, i hope it was ok to paste.


Pictures of animals reunited with family.
http://photo.sankei.jp.msn.com/kodawa...
http://photo.sankei.jp.msn.com/kodawa...
I hope to see more pets reunited with family, BUT STILL MOST Evacuation Centers DON"T ALLOW PETS!!!

Pictures and info about rescued animals
http://blog.goo.ne.jp/welcome-dogwood
http://blog.goo.ne.jp/welcome-dogwood...

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