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no ringworm is a fungus

Then how would I have gotten it.....i have 5 spots on me from swimming in the school pool and its not my cats because i have had them all my life and never got it before....so therefore its from DIRTY people getting in the pool or just walking on the pool deck or platform. So make sure no one else gets its from u !!

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