Titan was rescued on 23rd December 2013
A 6 weeks old male seal was rescued from Port Isaac on 23rd December 2013 by the British Divers Marine Life Rescue (BDMLR) team and taken to their temporary seal holding facility until a pen was available at Gweek. The pup has been named Titan.

Titan was transferred to Gweek on 27th December 2013 and put into nursery pool 2.

Click here to see a selection of the photos taken on 27th December 2013 of Titan´s arrival at the seal sanctuary.
Titan being taken to the hospital Update - 30th December 2013 : Titan was moved from the outside nursery pool to the hospital on Sunday 29th December 2013 as he was looking a bit poorly.

Upon arrival at the hospital, members of the Animal Care Team gave him some extra fluids throughout the day and night, the next day Titan was feeling much better and wanted to return to his new friends in the outside nursery pool but the Animal Care Team told him he had to stay in hospital for a few days so they can keep an eye on him.
Update - 1st January 2014 : Titan looked much better.   Click here to see a large version of this photo (right) of Titan taken in the hospital on 31st December 2013 in isolation pen number 3. He currently weighs 17kgs.

Update - 20th January 2014 : Titan is now back outside in the nursery pool.

His flipper tag number is 230 (orange).
Titan in the hospital
Convalescent pool Update - 25th February 2014 : Titan is in the convalescent pool for his final stage of rehabilitation and learning how to compete for fish with seals during feeding time.
Update - 17th May 2014 : Titan along with Nebula, Atlantis, Hubble, Cassiopeia, Pandora and Skipper were released back into the wild on 15th May 2014 at Gwithian.

Click here to see a selection of amazing photos taken by Photographer Simon Bone of the seal release.
Seal Release on 15th May 2014

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.