my cat had ringworm on here ears and on the nose right below the eyes, she already had some of those baths that make her smell bad for 2 months and turn yellow from the vet but it came back a month later.Im sure it would of worked with a few more baths but the cat smelled awful and it costed 50 bucks a bath, well I tried organic extra virgin coconut oil on my cat and it actually made it worse, I think because its too oily and moist that it made the stuff grow more,I also tried cider vinegar (on one ear) but that stung too bad so I didn't do that again.
I got rid of it with aloe and a few drops of oil of oregano and a few drops of colloidal silver and that got rid of it fast. I took about 1 half ounce of 100 percent aloe gel the kind you can drink then I put about 3 drops of oil of oregano in it (the kind that is diluted with olive oil already)- the bottle says its 25%oil of oregano and 75%olive oil) then 4 drops of colloidal silver put it on her twice a day for the first few days then once a day until it was gone. keep it out of the eyes aloe hurts eyes(I got it in my eyes once) I also think this will help with fleas around the ears but my cat hasn't had any.
I had a cat with a ringworm twice in my life and twice I tried home remedy for that and it worked like miracle. All you need is raw potato and regular salt. Peel potato, make a hole inside and fill it with salt. Place potato on the plate and let it sit and release juice. Then apply this juice as often as you can to the place where you or your cat has ringworm and it's going to disappear in a few days. In my case it took me 2 days to get rid of that ringworm in my cats.
I put diluted tea tree oil onto my 12 week old puppy's ringworm. It agitated her so I rinsed it off with cool water. Now her ringworm spots look red raw and sore. I feel awful. What can I do to soothe her skin and her itch?
Tea Tree Oil
RE: Tea tree oil... Tea tree oil is toxic to cats! Cats have died just from being bathed with it.
Tea Tree Oil
My family is HUGE on holistic healing and my sister in law told me to use this. There is also a company that sells a remedy shampoo made from tea tree oil that is for pets. Tea Tree Oil soap for humans will prevent the human using it from getting ringworm.
My cat had been suffering from ringworm. I saw a post here that said to use Curcumin powder. I can not find that post or cure currently on the site.
I didn't have Curcumin on hand but I did have Turmeric. I feathered it onto my cat's coat and then worked it further in. Maybe a half tablespoon total.
It has now been 5 days. All spots she had are now completely covered in hair growth. She is no longer hiding from the world. I think the Tumeric did the trick.
One word of caution is that Turmeric can stain easily. You might want to cover light colored furniture if you go this route.
Vinegar (just plain household vinegar) and bleach were the only thing that helped cure myself and my dogs from ringworm. Every day, I cleaned (washed, wiped down, and sprayed) every surface outside of my bedroom with bleach. I washed and sprayed myself and my bedding my two dogs with vinegar (it's completely safe; you can make a natural everyday cleaner using orange peel soaked in vinegar, or instance). I added a small amount of bleach to every load of laundry. Ringworm is very aggressive, so you'll have to be even more diligent. It can be painful. I would put vinegar directly on my ringworm, which burned for a few second, but was extremely effective. It takes awhile, but keep at it!!!! It took close to a month for it to clear up completely. In January, I still had an itchy scalp; that took longer to clear up, but it worked and now we're 100% clear.
i read in an old veterinary dictionary to use washing soda in warm water (10% solution) on a dog with ringworm (clip hair off first). Rinse off thoroughly after 3 or 4 minutes. It works! next day rashes are dry, and heal rapidly.
EC: Washing Soda (aka Sal Soda or Sodium Carbonate) is found it in the detergent section of grocery stores. It removes oil, grease, and alcohol stains.
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A vet friend of mine diagnosed my dog with ringworm and told me to just go to the pharmacy and buy a tube of yeast infection cream and apply it on the ring worm daily - The cream got rid of the ringworm very quickly.