A “desperately underweight” seal found himself in two predicaments on dry land after travelling up the River Loughor.
Workers at a gym equipment warehouse near the estuary in Llanelli were stunned to find the male grey seal pup amongst the treadmills on Friday 11 December. He was then ushered out of the warehouse by the well-meaning staff to the nearby river.
The same seal then found himself in an even worse predicament a few days later as he was found … Continue reading…
A struggling young grey seal has been rescued by the RSPCA after becoming stranded on The Knap in Barry.
Members of the public found the seal huddled under a rock at The Knap – and contacted the RSPCA for help yesterday (22 October).
The seal was very underweight and debilitated, and the RSPCA suspect the animal has likely just left his mother and was struggling to adapt to the wild.
Fortunately, the seal has now been transferred to specialist wildlife … Continue reading…
The RSPCA has rescued a seal pup who managed to find his way to Tattershall Castle in Lincoln.
It’s thought the young grey seal had come down the weir and climbed up the bank before trying to get into a small dyke.
He was spotted by a family walking their dogs on Boxing Day, and they called the RSPCA.
RSPCA inspector Kate Burris said: “It was definitely unexpected to be contacted about a seal pup at Tattershall Castle!
“The … Continue reading…
An orphaned seal pup has arrived at RSPCA Stapeley Grange, marking the start of the ‘seal season’ for the centre.
The common seal pup, who has been nicknamed Squid, arrived at the animal charity’s Stapeley Grange wildlife centre in Nantwich, Cheshire, on Friday (9 August), after being rescued from a beach in Scarborough.
She is the first common seal to be admitted to the centre this season. The centre receives mainly grey seals over the winter but the team are … Continue reading…
A seal pup who was covered in oil is recovering at an RSPCA wildlife centre in Cheshire after being rescued in Merseyside.
The grey seal was rescued by an RSPCA officer after getting trapped in an oil compound.
RSPCA animal collection officer (ACO) Lauren Bradshaw said: “He was found by one of the workers who was inspecting the site early on Wednesday. He heard something move on the gravel so shone his torch to try and find where the sound … Continue reading…