FEEDING: Sphynx have a higher metabolism because of their need to keep warm, so they eat more than the average cat. Always feed a premium dry and wet cat food and keep fresh water available at all times. While there are very strong opinions out there on feeding and nutrition, our staple is Royal Canin dry and wet with some variation, such as Weruva, BFF, Tiki Cat and others. We supplement with some raw, mostly freeze-dried, Stella and Chewy's and Primal. Please do research on raw feeding as it is not for beginners. Kittens start on Royal Canin Mother and Babycat and it is recommended they stay on Royal Canin Kitten for up to a year. My motto is, If they do well on it, don't change it. If you feel strongly about another product, it must be mixed in gradually to avoid stomach upset. When introducing any new food to your kitten, offer it in small amounts and monitor reactions, Sphynx tummies can be sensitive. Our cats also receive nutritional supplements on occasion, such as Head to Tail Immune Support treats and Nutri Thrive, a US product.