Jinx was rescued on 21st April 2017
Jinx, a female juvenile seal was approximately 18 months old when rescued on 21st April 2017 from the beach in the St Ives Bay after being found suffering from malnourished and lethargic.

This seal was originally rescued on 6th March 2016 at St Agnes by the British Divers Marine Life Rescue (BDMLR). She had nasal discharge and superficial wounds, and was treated with a course of antibiotics at the RSPCA West Hatch centre. Jinx was released back into the wild along the North Coast of Devon on 27th May 2016.
Jinx
She was re-rescued from Godrevy beach and taken to the seal sanctuary for treatment, she is currently in the hospital.
Jinx Update - 3rd June 2017 : Jinx was moved down from the hospital to outside nursery pool on 1st June 2017. She is recovering from an upset stomach.

RSPCA´s orange tag number 80179.

Update - 18th June 2017 : Jinx is currently in the nursery pool number 3, she is getting plenty of fish supplemented with fluids and multivitamins.
Once she has gained some more weight then Jinx will be moved into the convalescent pool for the next stage of rehabilitation.

Click here to see a larger version of this and above left photos taken on 16th June 2017.
Jinx
Jinx Update - 19th August 2017 : This photo of Jinx was taken on 15th August 2017 in the nursery pool.

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Update - 8th October 2017 : Jinx is currently still on a long course of steroids treatment as the vet has warned that it will take time for her to make a full recovery but sees no reason why if she continues to improve and put on weight, she cannot be released back to the wild.

This photo of Jinx was taken on 6th October 2017 in the rehabilitation pool. Click here to see a larger version of this and further one.
Jinx

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