2019 - 2020 Rescues


For 2019/20 rescue season the Animal Care Team has been chosen "Book Characters" Theme for names. And once the team see each new arrival, they have a pretty good idea which name belongs to which pup.


Popeye POPEYE
Popeye, common seal pup, was rescued on 31st August 2019 from Treyarnon Bay in Padstow.
Matilda MATILDA (Passed Away)
Matilda, first whitecoat seal pup of 2019/20 rescued season, was rescued on 3rd September 2019 from Crackington Haven beach.
Frodo Baggins FRODO BAGGINS
Frodo Baggins, 4-5 weeks old grey seal pup, was rescued on 17th September 2019 from St Ives´ Bay.
Pong PONG
Pong, 3 days old male whitecoat seal pup, was rescued on 22nd September 2019 from Porthcothan beach.
Elsa ELSA
Elsa, female grey seal pup, was rescued on 24th September 2019 from Boscastle beach.
Super-Worm SUPER-WORM
Super-Worm, 2 weeks old male whitecoat seal pup, was rescued on 25th September 2019 from Holywell Bay beach.
Arwen ARWEN
Arwen, 1 week old female whitecoat seal pup, was rescued on 25th September 2019 from Porth Joke beach.
Baloo BALOO
Baloo, 3-4 weeks old male seal pup, was rescued on 30th September 2019 from Crackington Haven.
Mowgli MOWGLI
Mowgli, 3 weeks old male seal pup, was rescued on 30th September 2019 from Hell´s Mouth.
Noddy NODDY
Noddy, male grey seal pup, was rescued on 1st October 2019 from Porth beach.
Hungry Caterpillar HUNGRY CATERPILLAR
Hungry Caterpillar, 2 weeks old male whitecoat grey seal pup, was rescued on 4th October 2019 from a beach near Crackington Haven.
Little Miss Sunshine LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE
Little Miss Sunshine, female whitecoat seal pup, was rescued on 5th October 2019 from a beach in St Ives Bay.
Peppa Pig PEPPA PIG
Peppa Pig, female grey seal pup, was rescued on 25th October 2019 from Porthminster beach.




You can help support the work of The Cornish Seal Sanctuary as they care for their Residents and Rescued Seal Pups by joining the Adoption Scheme.   Click here for more information.

Each Adoption makes a valuable contribution to the seal rescue programme, allowing the Sanctuary to provide continuing care for those seals and other marine mammals around our coasts that need our help and to look after those that are unable to be released back into the wild.

The staff at the Cornish Seal Sanctuary do a brilliant job and without your help, they couldn´t continue.

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