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As transformations go, this one was significant. I had first seen her in August. At that time she was a 17-pound, emaciated pup that was succumbing to lung parasite-induced pneumonia. Now, just 13 weeks later, there was fifty more pounds of Harbor Seal looking out at me from the transport carrier than had arrived at PAWS Wildlife Center. As the boat we were in rocked gently on the waves, she pressed against the door to sniff the salt air.

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Thanks, Kevin, to you and the Wildlife crew for this encouraging story!

Thank you, Susan! Kevin and the rest of our PAWS Wildlife Center staff do incredible work. Thanks for reading!

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