Sheba, one of our residents SHEBA is a partially sighted female in the convalescence pool. She was originally rescued, as a pup in the mid 1970s, with nasty infections in both of her eyes.

Despite round the clock treatment to clear up the infections as quickly as possible, unfortunately Sheba had already lost the majority of her sight.
Sheba still tends to have minor eye problems during the annual moult, when stray fur can aggravate the seals eyes and also during the summer in the bright sunshine.

Sheba gets on brilliantly with all the other seals in the pool and absolutely adores enrichment activities, especially ice blocks with fish frozen into them and playing with huge fronds of seaweed.
Sheba, one of the residents
Sheba You can help support the work of The Cornish Seal Sanctuary as they care for their Residents and Rescued Seal Pups by joining the new Adoption Scheme.

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Each Adoption makes a valuable contribution to the seal rescue programme, allowing the Sanctuary to provide continuing care for those seals and other marine mammals around our coasts that need our help and to look after those that are unable to be released back into the wild.
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