Coraline was rescued on 17th December 2021
Coraline, a female grey seal pup, was rescued from a very busy Mousehole on 17th December 2021 in the evening by two members of the British Divers Marine Life Rescue (BDMLR) marine mammal medics.

She was found very lethargic with poor breathing and deep wounds on her neck and flippers.

Photo Credit : Lizzi Larbalestier (BDMLR)
Photo Credit - Lizzi Larbalestier (BDMLR) - Coraline
Coraline Following an assessment by the Head and Head vets when she arrived at the Seal Sanctuary′s hospital, Coraline was prescribed with a course of medication.
Update - 28th December 2021 : Coraline is doing well and will be moved to the outside nursery pools for her next stage of rehabilitation in the next few days. She currently weighs 19kgs.

Her flipper ID tag number is SL120 (white).

Click here to see a selection of photos of Coraline in the hospital taken on 28th December 2021.
Seal release - 26th January 2022 Update : 30th January 2022 - Coraline along with Sapphire and Sponge have completed their rehabilitation at the Seal Sanctuary and were released back into the wild on 26th January 2022.

The target weight is 30kg, so when the pups have reached this weight, are feeding and competing well with each other and are happy, plump and healthy, the Seal Sanctuary releases them back to the wild! All of the pups are tagged on their rear flippers, so if you ever see a seal with a little coloured tag, give the Sanctuary a call!