Jenga was rescued on 10th October 2015
Jenga, a female pup was approximately 4 weeks old, when rescued from Widemouth Bay on 10th October 2015 by British Divers Marine Life Rescue (BDMLR) Medics.

The pup was transported to the Seal Sanctuary.


Photo right was taken by: Michelle Robinson Clement of BDMLR.
Photo of Jenga by Michelle Robinson Clement
Jenga Upon arrival at the Seal Sanctuary, members of the Animal Care Team carried out a full assessment of the pup. Jenga had a high temperature and multiple puncture wounds on her flippers and body, with a large wound on the left front flipper. Also had a mild upper respiratory infection.

Jenga was prescribed a course of course of antibiotics, anti-inflammatories and decongestants.


Update - 25th October 2015 : Jenga is currently in the hospital´s isolation pen number 3, she weighs 22kgs. This photo was taken on 23rd October 2015.

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Jenga´s flipper tag number is 56 (blue).
Jenga
Jenga - photo taken by the Cornish Seal Sanctuary Update - 30th November 2015 : Jenga is currently in the outside convalescent pool for her final stage of rehabilitation and putting on lots of weight before she is released back to the wild in the next month or so.

Photo left of Jenga resting on her crate in the convalescent pool was taken on 10th November 2015.
Update - 1st January 2016 : This photo of Jenga in the convalescent pool was taken on 27th December 2015.

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Photo of Jenga was taken on 27th December 2015
Seal Release - 4th February 2016 Update - 6th February 2016 : Jenga along with Kerplunk, Boggle, Uno, Euchre and Checkers were released back to the wild on 4th February 2016 at Gwithian.

Click here to watch a video of the seal release by Pirate FM Radio.

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,
please click here for more details.


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

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