Re: Bald spots on neck with red moist skin
Hmmm. You know...that may not be ringworm. My aged neighbor's cat would get sores like that every summer, in the same area; around the neck and shoulders. It was from an allergic reaction to fleas and over-scratching herself. I bought spot-on flea treatment for my own cats and used the extra application on her, for my neighbor. She cleared right up after that.
I had always thought ringworm presented as round patches of dry/scaly-ish skin, not moist and wet. If it is ringworm, people CAN catch it. You would have to follow safe-handling practices and wash your hands frequently, possibly take a medication and/or just spray an athlete's foot fungus treatment or put cream on the affected areas until it goes away. The real pain-in-the-butt besides treating everyone (pets and people) is the cleaning of the home and fabrics.
So, I'll hope it ISN'T ringworm. Let us know what they find out and how they treat whatever it is!
Best of luck,