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Seeing all the ones on the news recently, who have washed up without their mothers, after the bad weather has been very sad.  Hopefully the charity that is looking after them all is managing and that a fair number are now back into the wild.


The bad weather over the past few months has a lot to answer for.  We are lucky living in landlocked Wiltshire and have not had quite such a battering.



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Was it able to get back into the water?

Yes the pup was fine.... It went into the sea and back onto the beach a few times while we were there.

It did follow us along the beach in the surf for a while then disappeared for a while then reappeared later on the beach when we walked back.

Phoned the seal warden and waited for them to come along to just check on the pup to make sure all was OK.

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