Rescue Operations in Japan Target the Country’s Furry Friends

By Michelle Macaluso, FOX News

It’s a united inu effort.

Animal rescue groups have joined forces to help the untold number of dogs — inu – in Japanese, cats and other furry friends that have been lost and injured in the tsunami and earthquake that devastated Japan one week ago.

Japan Earthquake Animal Rescue and Support, or JEARS is made up of three Japanese animal welfare groups, Animal Friends Niigata, Japan Cat Network, and HEART-Tokushima to coordinate relief efforts for animals.

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