My husband and I came to Japan in the year 2000. We love animals so we are vegetarians. When I first started living in Japan, I noticed the large number of cats that became hungry on the road.
When I first started learning TNR in 2010, I thought that not only support the abandoned cat, but also support castration so as not to increase it. So we established the TNR Project (Trap · Nutra Return) · Felines Japan, and we made a Facebook page to receive donations. In the beginning it is not easy, but the present is also difficult, but we support the cats for the salary of the factory. I'll get it one by one on the weekends after I bought a capture device. I'm running with less donation. There are few people who want to support contraceptive surgery.
Our host family hosts sick cats and kittens away from mothers who can not live alone on their own. Our house is managed with donation. Every day, I get up at 5 o'clock for the daily cleaning, that the cleaning will take until noon. My daily life is this, my husband is working hard to ensure the place where the cat lives.It currently protects 60 cats. Everything must give up, but many cats can not find the owner. It costs about 280,000 monthly to operate (expenses of bait, sand and treatment, etc.).
There is a home page, but there are no volunteers who run the page.