The Cornish Seal Sanctuary wave goodbye to their final rescue pups of the season

This week, the SEA LIFE TRUST Cornish Seal Sanctuary waved goodbye to their final rescue pups in their last pup release of the season.

The end goal of the Sanctuary is always to see a healthy pup return to the sea where they belong and the release days are a wonderful experience for the team after all of their hard work.  Although sadly the Sanctuary is temporarily closed due to government guidance, they shared a heart-warming video of the pups release.


The SEA LIFE TRUST Cornish Seal Sanctuary is a charity that rescues and rehabilitates grey seal pups from around the Cornish coastline. The charity had another busy pup season with 64 casualties of the sea going through their amazing rehabilitation programme. The seal pups are rescued for various reasons, from malnourishment to being separated from their mum.

The Sanctuary also provides a permanent home to animals that need special care from their team of marine animal experts.

With doors currently closed to visitors, the Sanctuary has appealed for donations so they can continue their work. If you would like to donate to help support the Cornish Seal Sanctuary animals, please text SEAL 10 to 70085 to make a £10 donation or follow this link to donate online.