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You’ll Be Shocked By Where Passers By In San Francisco Found This Lost, Hungry Baby

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You might think that it”d be your lucky day if you spotted an adorable little sea lion on the street…but in San Francisco, it”s become something of a problem. Many sea lion pups have been found on land, either from malnourishment or some other kind of sickness but mainly because of warmer water temperatures that limit food availability.

Rubbish, the two-time rescue case, was caught on Thursday morning by rescue officers.

Rubbish, the two-time rescue case, was caught on Thursday morning by rescue officers.

The Marine Mammal Center had treated Rubbish once before, nursing him back to health after a bout of pneumonia.

The Marine Mammal Center had treated Rubbish once before, nursing him back to health after a bout of pneumonia.

This time around, he only weighed 13 pounds, compared to the 30 he weighed when he was rehabilitated earlier in the year.

Vets are looking into whether or not there”s something more serious wrong with Rubbish, but for now he”s safe at the Marine Mammal Center.

Vets are looking into whether or not there

He”ll be cared for until he”s ready to go back into the wild hopefully for good this time.

Rubbish isn”t the only little sea lion pup that”s been spotted in an unnatural habitat…

Rubbish isn

Which tells you it”s time to take some action and get these guys a safe environment.

Which tells you it

Watch Rubbish”s rescue here:

(sources BuzzFeed, KTVU)

To help more sea lion pups like Rubbish make it back to the wild, you can donate to the Marine Mammal Center. While contributing to causes like this is extremely helpful, it”s situations like these that really open our eyes about the condition of our planet…saving baby sea lions is just one tiny step!

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