Spore wars!!!

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by WetBandit, Oct 23, 2019.

  1. WetBandit

    WetBandit Friend of Leo's

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    So, about a month ago I adopted a kitten for my wife, and agreed to foster another....

    Find out the a few nights ago that not only does the one we adopted have ring worm, but now so does my dog and so do I!

    My wife and our grown female cat and the young female kitten are all unscathed (or so it would seem)

    All us boys are "stuck like Chuck"...

    Just got done constructing "kitty cat jail" for quarantine.... and the dog is getting an anti fungal bath here in a minute.

    The wife is finishing the house decontamination...

    This could go on forever!

    Moral support/ advice appreciated!
     
  2. unixfish

    unixfish Poster Extraordinaire

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    Yikes. This happened to my niece as well. Not much fun for a while.
     
  3. WetBandit

    WetBandit Friend of Leo's

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    Yea, it's no good...

    Lots of work!! And itching!! And sequestered animals...

    I'm too the point where I'd like to sequester myself in my hobby room until it clears up!!
     
  4. kingofdogs1950

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    Good luck with the rw.
    Back in the '50, there was an big outbreak of rw in my elementary school.
    All the boys were lined up in the gym for buzz cut haircuts. (Not sure what they did for the girls.) I already had a burr haircut and wasn't actually infected.

    Woof
     
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