Sending this out in case any of our readers might be able to help out.
Heart Tokushima has been busy supporting the animal rescue efforts in Fukushima. They have taken in tons of animals abandoned in the zone over the last year and a half.
They need to do some expansion work and their budget is already stretched with all of the animals coming in. They need someone with carpentry skills to help them build a cat house at their facility.
This is Kimiko’s plea for assistance via Facebook.
“Can anyone help builing a shelter for kitties in Tokushima Japan? From Rose
“I am trying to get some people together to help out at HEART Tokushima next spring. They need cat buildings to be built on the shelter property. The one thing we really need is a person who knows how to build. Acarpenter would be ideal. Do you know anyone who has carpentry skills? In a week or so, we could build the cat buildings they need. All supplies and tools would be provided.
We have two people already interested, but we don’t know how to build, so we can’t do it on our own. If you know anyone, or can put up a notice anywhere asking for help, that would be so great.
The shelter has a wonderful apartment, so accommodation would be free. All they need is to make their way to Tokushima, and buy their own food.
Thank you for all the help you do, and I hope we can make this happen. I will keep trying!”
If anyone can help them out please contact Heart Tokushima directly here: http://www.heart-tokushima.com/WELCOME/Welcome.html
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