Because I've not done anything besides wash my hands after handling the really sick little kitten, how likely is it that I've passed the ringworm on to the guinea pigs? I've flipped one end (they are on fleece) and changed the flippers on the other (I combined the two cages when Scatter died) and changed out pads. I've not been diligent about using soap after each handling of the ringworm kitten, usually just a quick rinse in hot water. Both kittens were put on 3 days of meds for the Coccidia, even though only one was diagnosed.
Now that I have the ringworm diagnosis in one of the kittens (I know, probably both since they came from the same litter), I know to use soap and hot water each time. Do I need to use the "special" t-shirt for the pigs again? I can launder all the fleece again, if it will do any good.
Is Purell strong enough to kill the ringworm and Coccidia bugs? Or do I need to go for the soap and water everytime I touch them? I DO have a compromised immune system...