Thank you for visitint our blog. I'm Tekorin from Tokyo. My name is actually TenTen but my mom calls me Tekorin.
Sometimes my mom writes this blog. Sometimes I write.
Sorry my English is sometimes so furrnny like my Mom's.
Hope I can meet lots of furriends!!


What I think now

Dear Furriends,

Thank you so much for your warmest concern.

I would like to share my thoghts about how I feel now staying here in Tokyo.
Sorry my English is not good enough to tell you well. But I try.
Honestly speaking,I am a little bit,no,very terrified.
I think most of us feel the same.

The Fukushima nuclear power plant ・・・ Oh what's gonna happen next.
A big earthquake that happens one after another ・・・ I feel terrible fear as for a little shake now.
Food shortage, the shortage of water, and the gasoline shortage ・・・ When does this stop?

Can I run away bringing all my cats when I really need to escape?
Is the building safe if it shakes to begin widely? Is the tsunami safe?
I can think of any possibilities being so afraid of...

Because it is not a situation that we can say clear that we are safe.

However, I am healthy and energetic as of now.
And, There are babies in need of milk, people who has lost their families, and houses not far from here.
I want to have the courage to help them rather than being scared.
What a tiny fear that I have now compared to those who are in the afflicted area.
I want to have the strength to help those people and animals who's suffering.
Maybe it is not the strength,it is the natural feeling.
People in Tokyo are just confused. We are not the one who needs help.
We are the one to help people in the afflicted area.
And to know that we have someone to help,it makes us very strong.

Tokyo ARK(Animal Refuge Kansai)is the volunteer group that is helping dogs and cats.
They were looking for volunteers who can accept the dogs and cats from the afflicted area.
I knew today that there were many applications so now they have enough home who can help.
Oh what a good news!!
There are lots of people who have warm,strong hearts at this difficult time.
There are people who are working very ,very hard to save the Fukushima nuclear plant at the risk of their own lives.
There are people who are trying so hard to rescue more lives from the afflicted area.

What I think now is that I should keep doing what I can.
Tokyo wasn't hit very bad.
I know Japan will rise above.

And our B-sensei is telling me the magic words!!
This word means like 'all right'.

10 件のコメント:

  1. Oh my dears how you musst be so afraid and not knowing what to do or what is next. I pray that you will soon be able to carry on without the fear you now live with and that all those affected can be helped in some way. Our hearts and our prayers go out to you. Take care .. Love GJ xx

  2. Our prayers are going to still be with you for a very long time. Please stay safe. I am happy to hear that someone is helping the animals too. Lots of love, Holly and mom

  3. We think about you all the time and pray that you and your beautiful kittens remain safe. Remember, we're here if you need to tell us how you feel, and we like the updates so we know you are okay.

  4. We, too, think about you all often. We are purring and praying for you, and all of Japan, in the face of this terrible crisis.

  5. We are so thankful you are safe.....we continue to purray for you and for all of Japan that was hit by this tragedy.


  6. Oh sweet Teko, B-Sensei and Ku-suke!!!!! Me and Charlie are so so so so happy that you are safe. It's such an awful awful awful situation. We continue to pray and purr for you all!!!! Please please take care xx

  7. You and all of Japan are in our thoughts, heart, and prayers daily! Thank you for keeping us updated on your status, and we are so happy you and your kitties are safe! We have missed you and are sending many positive and loving thoughts your way to keep you safe.

    I am sorry you are feeling scared, but that is only natural considering the situation you are in. It is wonderful to read about the help the pets are getting from ARK. We pray that soon all the people and animals will be well taken care of and out of harms way.

    Take care of yourself, your family, and your precious kitties.

    Suka and KrisAnne

  8. We are keeping all of those affected in our thoughts and purrs. Stay safe.

  9. We are thinking of you and sending all our very best wishes and prayers to everyone affected by this tragedy.

    Take care. Stay safe.

    Your pal, Pip

  10. Everyone in Japan is in our thoughts and prayers constantly. The whole world wants to help. Please be safe and know we are all praying for you. (((HUGS)))