I am basically a volunteer kitty rescuer the past 2 years and have only dealt with ringworm once before when I worked at a shelter. Unfortunately the shelter bullied me out of my job so I only made it through 2 weeks of treatment with those kitties and they euthanize them. The same shelter has bullied me and my nonprofit, causing me to need somewhere else to keep my rescue kitties until adopted or finding rescue. A local Humane Society gave me a space in their facility and within the last week, all 10 of my kitties have popped positive from ringworm. I'm terrified because they told me I would have to take them elsewhere until they were clear again, meaning taking them back home with me. I have one room set up for my cats and used to be set up as the rescue room, but now it's more of a cat and craft room. I've got 2 large tower kennels with 3 levels that the rescues stay in. I went and got the "veterinarian formula" spray and shampoo to use on them, but I'm wondering if I will need to move my personal cats litter robot and food dishes out of the room even if the others are contained in the kennels. I'm also wondering if subjecting the kitties to sunlight every day and/or getting a uv lamp bulb for the room would help get rid of ringworm faster? I've been advised not to do the dip in the house because of the smell, but could it be done outside maybe and then have sunlight time? I'm trying to think outside the box for quicker solutions because many of these kittens were set to go on Rescue transport this week, but now they have to wait until ringworm is gone, and I don't want the rescues to give up on me. I have hepa filter air purifiers in every room of my house and have a hepa vacuum. Will that help any? I saw that lysol kills ringworm, so does that mean I can keep everything sprayed daily and not have to worry about the house staying contaminated? I mop my walks with hot water and antibacterial fabulouso once a week, should I switch to daily and use bleach instead? I've been doing in home kitty rescue the past year and a half and have never had a ringworm problem, I just don't want the house to be and stay contaminated. I have 3 cats and 3 dogs of my own, and it's me, my husband, and 9 year old daughter in the house with the animals. I know to wear gloves and not to let my husband and daughter mess with the ringworm kitties, but do I just need to go ahead and treat my animals too for prevention since they're in the house? I am a total mess over this. I know it's not the worst case scenario, but I also know getting rid of ringworm can be a long and pricey road. Any and all advice would be amazing. I've been reading through all of your other thread responses too.