Oh, Gayle, she is beautiful
Also, since I've been in daily contact with my vet, I asked again about Rags' ringworm and he said it is imperative that you treat the lesion on her inner thigh. Otherwise, the kittens could get ringworm during birth or when nursing since their immune systems wil be so immature.
He suggested holding Rags by the fur on the back of her neck (firmly) and apply the cream quickly (btw I've been using this technique and it does work). He said its best to distract her right after
with some really good food (I've found that canned tuna works great)...otherwise she might lick off the medication.
On another note, I've been reading about cat genetics and kitten color. According to everything I've read, Rags' kittens could be ANY color. I can't wait to hear what she has!!
ETA: Vet also said that you may not have time (probably wont) to clear the infection up before she delivers and many a kitten has had ringworm and its not a big deal--they can be treated...its just a pain for you because then you have to treat them all. My daughters ring worm took a month to clear, and it looks like Rags could pop at any moment
. But there is no guanantee that they will