Flash was rescued on 24th November 2014
Flash, 6 week old male grey seal pup, was rescued from the Isles of Scilly on the 24th of November 2014.

The pup was found malnourished, dehydrated with a possible collapsed left eye.
Flash
Flash Update - 30th November 2014 : Flash´s eye is now healing although it has been badly damaged, but a very bright pup and is enjoying tucking into some fish! Flash will be kept in a dry hospital pen until his eye has healed, then he can be move down to the outside nursery pool!

Update - 12th December 2014 : Photos above and left were taken on 10th December 2014 in the hospital.
Update - 1st January 2015 : Flash is in the rehabilitation pool with another rescued seal pup named Mr Incredible and learning how to compete for fish.

Photo right of Flash was taken on 28th December 2014.
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His flipper tag number is 053 (yellow).
Flash - Photo taken on 28th December 2014
Flash in the convalescent pool Update - 31st March 2015 : Flash is currently in the convalescent pool and putting on lots of weight.

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Update - 26th April 2015 : Flash is currently in the convalescent pool, he just needs to put on a few more weight before Flash is released back to the wild by the end of May 2015.

Photo right of Flash was taken on 24th April 2015.
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Update - 18th May 2015 : Flash along with Joker, Oracle, Sabretooth, Supergirl, Elektra and He-Man were released back into the wild at Gunwalloe on 14th May 2014.
Flash - Photo taken on 25th April 2015
Update - 31st July 2015 : Flash was re-rescued on 30th June 2015 at Boat Cove in Pendeen. He had infected bite wounds to mouth and neck and was lethargic. After 4 days in the hospital with medication and food, he was then moved to the nursery pools to continue treatment. Flash finished his course of treatment and by 24th July 2015 was ready for release back to the wild again. He was released at Gunwalloe.

Each pup at the Cornish Seal Sanctuary can cost up to £1,000+ to rescue, rehabilitate and release, if you would like to help by adopting a pup (Adoption £25 each pup) or make a donation towards a pup´s rehabilitation,
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The staff at the Cornish Seal Sanctuary do a brilliant job and without your help, they couldn´t continue.

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