Reason for Foster
Receiving treatment for ringworm, also needs crating for broken leg.
No other pets in the home or ability to keep completely separate.
Ringworm is a zoonotic disease which means other pets and people are at risk of developing ringworm, however following recommended protocols and extreme hygiene practices does limit the risk greatly.
Ringworm is a simple fungal infection and easily treated however ringworm active cases are not recommended for people who have a compromised immune system.
It is recommended that a ringworm foster is kept in an area that can be easily and regularly cleaned such as spare bathroom or laundry.
Previous Foster Carer / Shelter Notes
Hi, my name is Dug! I'm a very energetic kitten who is currently receiving treatment for ringworm. I also have a broken leg which is being splinted, and I will need to be kept in a crate for at least 4-6 weeks so that this can heal. Do you have space in your house for me?