Bob Champion was rescued on 17th January 2012
On the 17th January 2012 we received a call about a pup
at Mawgan Porth in Newquay.

The pup was malnourished weighing in at 16 kilos and would need the care of the team at the Sanctuary. In isolation 2 a clinical assessment revealed the pup was around 10 weeks old, malnourished with a gash to its right rear flipper. The pup was found to be a little boy and has been named Bob Champion.

Update: 28th January 2012 - Bob Champion is in the main hospital pen number 1.
Bob Champion
Bob Champion Update: 9th February 2012 - Bob Champion has now been moved out of the hospital and down to the nursery pool number 3
with Amelia and Marilyn for his next stage of rehabilitation.

Update: 16th March 2012 - Bob Champion is now in the outside nursery pool 1 with Russell. His flipper tag number is 42 (green).

Update: 6th April 2012 - Photo left of Bob Champion was taken on 4th April 2012.   Click here to see some more photos.
Update: 24th April 2012 - Bob Champion is in the convalescent pool, doing really well and putting on weight. The rescued pups are enjoying the piggy back rides around the pool with the resident seals, but it is going to be a few more weeks before any pups are ready for release back to the wild.

Update: 30th May 2012 - Bob Champion is currently in the nursery pool.

Update: 7th August 2012 - Bob Champion was released back to the wild on 3rd August 2012 at Gwithian. Click here to read the Press Release.
Seal Release

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