Saturday, March 26, 2011
Let's Not Forget The People (And Animals) Of Japan. Do Whatever You Can...
We are in Arahama area. Looks like there is a dog. There is a dog. He looks tired and dirty. He must have been caught in the tsunami. He looks very dirty.
He has a collar. He must be someone's pet. He has a silver collar. He is shaking. He seems very afraid.
Oh, there is another dog. I wonder if he is dead.
Right there. There is another dog right next to the one sitting down. He is not moving. I wonder. I wonder if he is alright.
The dog is protecting him.
Yes. He is protecting the dog. That is why he did not want us to approach them. He was trying to keep us at bay.
I can't watch this. This is a very difficult to watch.
Oh. Look. He is moving. He is alive. I am so happy to see that he is alive.
Yes! Yes! He is alive.
He looks to be weakened. We need to them to be rescued soon. We really want them rescued soon.
Oh good. He's getting up.
It is amazing how they survived the tremendous earthquake and tsunami. It's just amazing that they survived through this all.
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World Vets is in constant contact with US Army veterinary associates stationed in Japan as well as Japan based animal charities and World Vets veterinary volunteers who remain on standby. At this time, supplies are ready to go and World Vets is preparing the deployment of a first-responder teamto carry out an “on the ground” assessment and provide initial aid.
Your donations are urgently needed to coordinate aid for the animals in Japan. Any amount will help - Please Donate Now!
Veterinary supplies and/or medicines that are being requested are the following: De-worming medicines, vaccinations, fluid replacements, wound treatments, and cages.
Donations of these items can be shipped to: World Vets headquarters, 802 1st Ave N, Fargo ND 58102