My doe had babies and we have four now because unfortunately the others passed away. Since the mama became ill from how much the babies nurses on her, I have to syringe feed two of them. The two I don’t have to syringe feed are very big and will eat pellets and hay, and drink water on their own and their fur looks normal but a little messy even when I brush it for them. But the two I am needing to syringe feed are a bit more thin than the other two, and their fur is getting very tangled and sticky because the milk/formula I am giving them gets all over their face and neck. On one of the babies, the fur is so bad that you can pretty much only see the skin. I try wiping it off with a damp cloth after feeding them but it doesn’t seem to do anything and only make it appear worse. Is there anything I could do to get the babies cleaned up and get the fur to cover up the skin? I don’t want the poor things to be cold.