Reason for Foster
Receiving treatment for Ringworm.
No other pets in the home.
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.
9 weeks approx.
Previous Foster Carer / Shelter Notes
Hi, we're a group of kittens that have arrived at Cat Haven with ringworm, that we are now being treated for. We are also currently being treated for diarrhoea. Do you have space for us in your home?