Naoto Matsumura – the usual Japanese farmer. True, he is the only person living in the town of Tomioka is located just 9.5 km from the nuclear power plant “Fukushima-1.” After the disaster of 2011 more than 150 thousand people were forced to flee their homes. Naoto also left with their parents, but then began to worry about their abandoned animals. Not wanting to starve his cattle, he decided to go back to Tomioka. We sincerely admire the selfless act of Japanese. Naoto Matsumura – the only person who was not afraid to live in the exclusion zone around Fukushima.
He left the city along with other residents, but came back to take care of the animals left behind.
When Naoto was in place, he was shocked – so many animals were abandoned to their fate.
He traveled around the city, to save all the animals and leaving them with enough food and water.
Inside a barn Naoto found 120 cows died of starvation.
The government has decided to destroy all the animals on humanitarian grounds, but Naoto volunteered to take care of them.
He built a corral for 31 cows – animals there quite comfortably. In addition to cattle Naoto caring for two cats, a dog, four wild pigs and even an ostrich.
Living and care for the animals he obtained only through donations.
Matsumura know that radiation is harmful, but refuses to think about it.
“The doctors told me that I was sick for 30 or 40 years. Most likely, I’ll be dead, so I do not care. “
Source — Boredpanda, Dailymail
What an amazing, lovely man. How did you learn of him?
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