CRESCENT CITY, CA. – It’s almost the busiest time of year for the North Coast Marine Mammal Center’s seal rescue program, and crowd funding is underway.
The non-profit expects to be full to the brim, with the Pacific Harbor seal pupping season starting in just a couple months.
They expect dozens of pups will need saving due to mothers being killed or scared off, and off-leash dog attacks.
Rescued seal pups require intensive care that can cost as much as $1000 each, but volunteers say it all pays off when the pups are released back into the wild.
An online donation page has been started to help, here: www.gofundme.com/save-baby-seals
All donations are tax deductible.