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Stranded 02-14-2016 harry

Harry is our Valentine. He was picked up on the beach, about 2.2 miles North of County Access 5, after we received a call from his namesake.  Harry is green juvenile, that was extremely emaciated. With proper medication and tender care Harry has quickly recovered his vitality,  but he is still covered with FP tumors. He is an excellent candidate for laser surgery. Click here to see a more recent video.

April Update: Harry has been moved to Tank 1, formerly occupied by Lizz, Meatball & Mitch.

May UpdateHarry is now happily swimming with Shakira, Crunchy Waves, and Gabby! Click here to see a short video of Harry and his buddies. Waiting on FP surgery.

July Update:   Harry was among the four who underwent surgery on July 26 at the Gladys Porter Zoo. He, like his buds, is in a private “hospital bed” recovering well. The four are receiving lots of tender loving care. We hope Harry will be out in a rehab tank soon to prepare for his future release!!!!

August Update:   Harry, back swimming with  Drifter and Brownie, is recovering well from FP surgery.  His wounds are 85% recovered. He is still very active and ornery!!!

September UpdateHarry’s wounds are completely recovered, and there have been no new FP tumors. Homeward bound soon!!!

October Update: Harry is headed out with his buddies. Check Facebook for when and where!!!!

Released 10-19-2016



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