The baby seal was found in the mud in the Frampton Marsh nature reserve in the United Kingdom, where the sea mammal was found by a herd of 30 cows.
While a man named Ian Ellis was bird-watching he noticed the curious cows gathered around the seal. He approached and found the little seal in the mud. When he couldn’t find the mother nearby he took the seal to the Skegness Natureland Seal Sanctuary.
The little seal was dehydrated, underweight, and had a lung infection. The sanctuary, however, did everything that the baby seal needed for treatment. The seal was named Celebration. When she arrived there was another seal named Charlie too who was a newcomer. Celebration and Charlie made friends and began to eat as much as they could. They became healthy and it was time to continue their life in their natural habitats.
Celebration, the seal, was released to the ocean by Ellis and the Natureland crew, which she hadn’t seen since she was a pup.
Due to the bird-watcher and curious cows, the seal had a bright future.