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With letting them feed, if they feed individually, don’t let them go for too long or the last kit may not get enough milk. You’ve probably seen by now how long she normally lets them feed for. It is supposed to be pretty quick.

I hope she continues to recover well. Sending many {{{vibes}}} for Blake.

p.s. Keep an eye on her temperature. If her ears seem colder then they normally are for her, wrap her up and get her warm. Ideally, take her rectal temperature if you have an appropriate thermometer. If she falls under 100F, get her warmed and back to the vet.