I noticed my Jasmine had a black spot right inside he nostril, on the edge, and thought it might be cat acne so I took her to the vet and he thinks/says it looks like ringworm.
She also had some on and off swelling on her lower lip where the top fang touches. I noticed she also seemed to be scratching the side of her mouth towards the nostril on the corner of desks a whole lot.
As per the vet instructions I have bought some Lime/sulpher for shrubs and fruit trees and will dilute it as the instructions on sheet the vet gave me.
That said I live in an apartment and there's carpet in the living-room and it just not feasible to move the huge tv desk and the huge corner PC desk in there even though she play under and around those areas. I know I should be washing my cloths everyday as well as the blanket that are on our couch.
I don't think my wife or son has any ringwoorm and I don't "think" I have any either. That said I have severe plaque psoriasis, it's under control right now with bitotic injection i get monthly, so I am not sure if I would be able to tell the difference.
Plan is to use my sons room as a "clean room" to put some of her stuff after washing it down with bleach and to:
wash all cloths daily and keep her out of my son room
wash floor daily
disinfect the cat post with bleach ~ store in my sons room till she cleared up
replace blankest on the couch with cheap sheets I can wash daily, wash blanket ofc
wash/disinfect all the cats stuff and put most of it away in the "clean room"
Some questions I have is:
Can I start treatment now before I start disinfecting the environment?
Should I just flat out give her a lime sulpher dip or just dab some on the infected areas, as per the vet, on my poor Jasmine which would be around where her whiskers come out near her nose and just below her ears?
Is washing cloths with tide free and gentle good enough and should I add some bleach to every wash?
Is bleach good enough or should I be buying something better to disinfect cat toys/bed/beddings/cloths and floors?
I want to keep the environment as clean as possible but some people seem to go full on disinfect burn stuff everyday which is just not possible for me, thinking of the carpet in the livingroom not sure if just vacuuming is enough?
What can I use as a spray I can spray on her cat post and maybe on the carpets and cat bedding's that would be better than bleach so I could just then store some stuff in the "clean room"?