I became actively involved with animal welfare 25 years ago and started 2 of my own organizations. I say “actively” because I remember beating up the neighbor kids if they so much as looked at an animal the wrong way. We humans are meant to be stewards of our planet Earth, not spoilers and warmongers. In her post on the Seal Rescue Ireland centre, Sally Cronin educates us about harbour seals, what to do should we find a pup that appears to be abandoned, ways to educate our children, and much more. Complete with engaging photographs, this beautiful post is not to be missed . . .
Now that we are through the major work on the house we will be exploring the local area in more detail. Both of us were brought up by the sea, and on our travels around the world, we have seen some incredible wildlife. We were therefore delighted to find that there is an opportunity to see Irish marine wildlife up very close and personal on our doorstep.
Last Sunday we visited the Seal Rescue Ireland centre just off Courtown Harbour. We had heard that the centre was in desperate need of towels; as these are used continously in the care of the seal pups that are rescued from all around Ireland. We had wrapped all our china and glass in 36 years of an accumulated collection of towels during our recent move, and rather than throw the older and slightly tatty ones away; we were delighted to put them…
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