Since the sphynx has very little hair to absorb oils they have to be bathed more often than normal cats. Depending on your kitty about once a month. Using Johnsons head to toe baby wash NOT Baby shampoo. The ph. in shampoo will cause your kitten to produce more oils and you will have to bathe him or her more often. Use baby wipes for sensitive skin or fragrance free for touch up cleaning as needed. Warm them slightly and they will remove the dirt easily and be more enjoyable for your baby's comfort. They will have two bathes before they go home around 6 and 12 weeks old, so they will have been acquainted with the routine before they go home.
Also due to the lack of hair you will notice the kitties ear wax builds up. Use a mild ear wash, take a cotton ball saturate it with the wash and put it into the base of the ear and gently work the wash around the ear by squeezing the ear around the cotton ball. Pull the cotton ball out and wipe dry with a baby wipe or dry cloth. Only in the outer part of the ear use a Q-tip, cosmetic Q-tips work good to get into the little corners and remove the oily wax. This should be done as needed, in-between just wipe with a warm baby wipe the outer part of the ears.
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