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Lynette treats ringworm without drugs! In her experience, drugs just eliminate the problem temporarily - the environment still contains ringworm spores. She bathed all the cats (yes, it's not pleasant) in Lyme dip and/or ketachlor shampoo, and applied ointment on the worst spots. She washed everything she could in bleach and dried on high heat for an extra-long time. She scrubbed floors, walls, & furniture with bleach & water. She sprayed with Pet's Best Rx disinfectant and/or miconazole spray (like they sell for athlete's foot).

For futher information, visit:

Catcare - Skin Mites, Ringworm, Chin Acne etc

Facts About Ringworm

You Don't Have to Fear Ringworm Anymore... PetsBestRx Can Help!

Pets' Best Rx - Ingredients

Revival Animal Health - What is Ringworm

Ringworm FAQ - VeterinaryPartner.com - a VIN company!

Ringworm in cats

Exotic Cat Club - Ringworm


The Original Holisticat (TM) Archives -- Ringworm

The Ringworm Page by Mar Vista Animal Medical Center

The Veterinarian - Treating Ringworm in the cat

Lynette's bathing tips

Date last updated: 9/1/2006

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