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Porpoise left by tsunami in rice paddy returned to sea

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Glad to see the average Japanese person feels compassion for a stranded porpoise.

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I'd love to send Wagatsuma a shipment of petfood to help cover for the pets he's taking in. I wonder if MasterFoods (Purina) and such major petfood makers are donatig such produce?

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Poor thing. It must have had a very traumatic experience. Hope it recovers.

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Dogwood is a dog hotel / running field / grooming centre, and now refuge for stranded animals. And they can get deliveries by Kuroneko Yamato, etc. blog.goo.ne.jp / welcome-dogwood/

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happy news...very rare these these, unfortunately. God bless those good people , and i hope the baby dolphin will recover.

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Poor thing! I'm so glad they rescued it!

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Blessings and best wishes to all humans and creatures that managed to survive this apocolyptic event.

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Not all Japanese are dolphin killers, I guess.

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Great story and hope it reaches the people in Taiji

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That goes to show that there is a real 'porpoise' in life.

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Happy point: baby porpoise saved from tsunami aftermath. Bonus point: these guys tend to keep you safe when you surf.

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Gorukun: good one, you dog!

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