When we feel pain in any part of our body, we are able to let other people know. We can communicate to someone that we need help. When our pets feel pain, they have no way of letting us know. Sphynx cat owners can look out for any changes in the pet's behavior that may indicate signs of a problem.

By feeding your cat a nutritious diet, and keeping an eye on their behavior, your cat can live a long and healthy life. Providing your cat with fresh water, a clean litter box, proper grooming and enough exercise, will help ensure the health of your cat. One of the best ways to make sure your cat stays healthy, is to take him or her to the veterinarian for regular check ups.

Skipping any of the steps above may lead to certain diseases, and you'll notice a change in their behavior as a result. Doing nothing if your sphynx cat exhibits symptoms will not make the issue go away. Get advice from a veterinarian if you're concerned about the way your sphynx is behaving.