One of our barn cats had a litter of kittens around Labor Day and we think they might have ringworm. Originally I noticed that mama cat had two scabby, bare patches on her shoulder a little over a month ago (which are now healed and growing fur back) that I thought was just from a fight she'd been in, but then when the kittens were a couple of weeks old I realized one of the kittens had a LARGE bald spot on her stomach, kind of with a scab around it. I hoped it would go away - I wasn't sure what it was, at first we thought mange, perhaps. None of the other three kittens had any spots of fur missing, so I thought it was *possible* that maybe the kitten just had some sort of allergic reaction to something, which would explain why the other three had no problems. But a couple of weeks ago the other three kittens are losing spots of fur. I've looked at pictures online and I'm thinking it's ringworm - I can't see any red "rings" and not all the patches are round but I don't know what else it would be. I'm not thinking mange because they're not very itchy - and that two-week-old kitten could not have scratched all of that fur off her stomach. Several of them have it on their face, and one at least has it on his chin and now on his paws. I feel bad about them getting something, as we haven't ever had a problem like this before and I of course can't find homes for them while they're still sick. I would love to take them to the vet, but we just don't have the finances for that and if there's a way I can treat this successfully at home I want to try it. Has anyone dealt with ringworm in kittens before? Does this sound like ringworm to you? I've seen several suggestions for treating it - two different oral medications which have to be prescribed by a vet, I think; Malaseb shampoo (miconazole and chlorhexidine, I believe); lime sulfur dip; and some topical treatments. I don't think the specifically topical treatments would work very well because there are several patches on each kitten and what if I missed one in all that fur? I'm leaning toward the lime sulfur dip - does that work well? I've bathed kittens before and am not too worried about it - it's not the easiest thing in the world but it's not impossible! Any other treatments that you prefer? Thanks for your help!