Man Finds Dying Puppy Buried Alive In The Ground, But It’s ‘Not A Puppy At All’


The staff of “Skegness Natureland Seal Sanctuary” encountered a test situation when it received an emergency call from a man named Ian Ellis, writes ilovemydogsomuch.

Ian was watching a bird in the Frampton Swamp in the RSBS reserve when he saw something unusual through his telescope.

Ian discovered a giant herd of more than 30 cows, which was surrounded by a stuck, unconscious cub.

The poor creature was lying in the swampy land while the cows watched anxiously and wondered how to help the grieving baby.

Given the scarcity of time and the uncertainty of the situation, the sanctuary staff gave Ian some instructions on how to navigate the herd and bring the baby back.

When he got a better look, he was shocked to learn that the creature was not a baby but rather a seal. The next hour was tense, but the 67-year-old animal lover thoroughly followed the advice of the workers and successfully moved the injured cub to a safe place.

The baby seal, later named Celebration, was rushed to a sanctuary hospital in a state of dehydration. He was only 5 days old, in all probability he was an orphan.

The veterinarian suggested that Celebration found itself in a swamp after being driven by a high tide. For the next few days, the baby’s belly was moisturized until his health finally stabilized.

The celebration is too small to feed itself in the water, so it can not yet be left unattended. Another urgent issue is her breathing problems, for which she is receiving antibiotic treatment.

The celebration is already well mixed with the other children of the sanctuary, it is only a matter of time before he fully recovers.

Click on the video below to see how the cows’ attention helped find the dying baby.

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