We do this through Trap, Neuter, Return programs, education and awareness through festivals and events that promote animal welfare, like cat and dog meet-and-greets and distributing fliers about the benefits of spaying and neutering pets.
We encourage networking, and we answer questions, loan materials, and/or connect people to local animal welfare services available in their communities.
Since the disaster of March 11, 2011, we have been in Fukushima 24/7 to help with the rescue and recovery efforts for animals left behind in radiation-evacuated areas. We have established close ties with the communities of Kawamata and Namie and continue to travel there multiple times a week to provide life-sustaining food to abandoned cats and dogs, to pick up sick, injured, or young animals, and to control the populations of the stray and feral cats through spaying and neutering.
Additionally, we have two no-kill animal shelters and a network of foster homes across the country. For more information about animals available for fostering or adoption, please visit our Adoption/Fostering guidelines or see our available cats or dogs.