The best way to treat ringworm in cats is with Prescription Topical Treatment. The prescription medication, Econazole Nitrate (sometimes called “Nizoral”), works by killing the fungus that causes ringworm. It will also help to clear up any existing skin infections and prevent future ones.
How often should my cat be treated for ringworms?
Kittens that are starting to get adult forms of ringworm may need treatment 2 or 3 times a year until they reach adulthood. If you notice your kitten has lost weight or appears lethargic, there’s a good chance she needs more frequent treatment than once every few months!
What are some common types of Ringworm? Do all cats have them?