The single most important thing you can do for your Sphynx kitten is to feed it the best quality food. We begin feeding our sphynx kittens a balanced raw diet at 4 to 5 weeks old. All of our sphynx cats are on a balanced raw diet. You can make your own balanced raw diet or buy premade from We Feed Raw or Soultry Raw. If you do not wish to proceed with raw feeding, some other recommended foods are Stella & Chewy, Tiki cat and Orijen. Don't forget the treats!
Due to the hairlessness of Sphynx cats, they do not have hair to absorb their skin oils, therefore bathing is necessary to reduce oily sediments left behind. Sphynx naturally produce oil and the goal is to bathe just enough to keep the cat clean without inadvertently causing overproduction of oils by bathing too frequently, Typically bathing is done once or twice a month. A gentle cat shampoo should be used. We like to use are Hylyt shampoo. Keep in mind "spot cleaning" with a warm washcloth or sensitive baby wipe can lengthen the days between the need for a bath.
Cleaning your sphynx's ears and nail beds once to twice a weekly is recommended. Ears can become waxy fairly quick and a good ear cleaner we use is Zymox and precision Q-tips. Baby wipes or a warm washcloth can be used before or after clipping the nails.
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