I got all the animals to take their ringworm medication in canned food. The cats didn't want the normal salmon or tuna chunks for cats (but the dogs loved it, so I used that for the dogs. What the cats wanted was the chicken dinner chunks for dogs (tried the one for cats, but they hated that immediately almost as much as they hated the fishy chunks). The dogs liked that too, but I know I'm on to a good thing when 100 percent of the cats will eat the same stuff.
So even though it was a little bitter, the ringworm pills (crushed and mixed in the food, of course) went down OK as long as I didn't run out of dog food chicken dinner chunks.
No problem with getting the dogs to take the worm medicine, either. They will really gobble up anything. But the cats can smell it crushed, whole, mixed in food, not mixed in food. They simply hate the worm medicine. The vet suggests pushing a pill to the back of the throat and then grasping the cats face so it can't breathe until it swallows. But after I have used both arms to pin the cat down, and at least one hand to keep a firm hold on the nap of the neck, I just don't seem to have two more hands to pry open the cat's mouth while simultaneously popping a pill down the throat.
Being the proverbial little old lady with cats and living alone with 25 animals, there just is not an extra pair of hands.