They developed an upper respiratory infection and have finished their rounds of antibiotics from the vet.
For more on these little furballs, call Holly at Northern New Mexico Friends of Animals at 575-586-0784 or Cynthia at 575-586-2437 and thanks for helping a couple of little rescues!
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