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  1. I’ve treated ringworm on cats AND myself quite a few times. It’s not uncommon in multicat households or facilities where new cats are taken in. It has nothing to do with the health or cleanliness of the cat. The infected cat is not at fault. Likely, they acquired it from their mother or another cat. It’s contagious but non-lifethreatening and easy to cure.
    If a “knowing” person told you the kitten is cured and you see no signs of it, then there should be no problem.

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