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In shelter Cat

Brooklyn, NY, 11208
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Hello! I have ringworm, a treatable fungal infection of the skin that can be itchy but otherwise harmless in minor cases like mine. I require a course of Itraconozole, an antifungal medication that is taken by mouth every day for a few weeks. Ringworm can be transmissible to humans and other animals, so its important to keep me separate from other pets in the home, wash hands after playing with me, and perhaps have a specific set of clothes to wear when interacting with me. Giving me lyme sulfur dip baths a couple of times per week can also help to minimize risk of spreading. Its also a good idea to make sure fabrics in the room Im housed in are washed frequently - who knew adopting a kitty with ringworm would be a great way to help you stay on top of your household cleaning too? Primary Color: Torbie Weight: 1.75lbs Age: 0yrs 0mths 11wks


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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