By CBS Baltimore Staff

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A trio of rescued husky puppies are on the mend in foster care, BARCS Animal Shelter said Thursday.

Milton and Rainbow are in foster care as of Wednesday.

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According to BARCS, they no longer need the supportive medical care at an ER.

Noki was previously placed in another foster home last week.

“These sweet babies still have a long road to recovery ahead of them,” BARCS said in a Facebook post. “As they grow bigger and stronger in foster care, the puppies will have their stool samples tested regularly until they stop shedding parvovirus.”

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BARCS thanked everyone who donated to their Franky Fund to help care for the puppies.

Originally, five four-week old puppies came into BARCS care after they were found inside a broken down car in Baltimore, covered in their own filth.

Two of the puppies died.


CBS Baltimore Staff