First off, Hi! My name is Myia. I have wanted a Sphynx since I was literally 1 year old. My mom tells me I asked for a "naked" kitty for whatever holiday it was for years. When I was about 17, I started looking into buying one, and to my surpise the 1500 price tag didn't sway me on getting my dream kitty. I started saving, but I have to be honest, it went to other things (Hello college and new apartment furniture) and I figured when I settled down with my boyfriend we would eventually get one. Well, as luck would have it, I was buying a show rabbit (As I show and eventually breed) and my breeder has a almost 1 year old female that she was looking to sale because she is infertile and can't breed. She was only asking $200, and I couldn't refuse. I have done my fair share of research (As I work for Arizona SPCA and a rabbit rescue and I know how aggravating people are who don't do research) but I am left confused on some things. First, she is not spayed but will be within a month (By either her or I) She has Corona Virus, but tested negative for FIP. She is very small..almost kitten like. I would put her body type in the 6 month range. My main concern is diet. I am curious on the "raw" diet, and would like information on the BEST food for her. I have not owned a cat or dog in quite some time, but I have always fed Royal Canine. I was dissapointed to see they did not have a Sphynx brand. If someone can lay down the food law for me, I would greatly appreciate it. Second, what shampoo is safe? She currently uses Panteene Pro V but I want to make sure she gets a certified Sphynx friendly shampoo. Third, she is animal friendly. She has been raised with rabbits and other animals, which is big for the zoo I have here. My concern is the litter, as my rabbits use pine pellets (All natural) and I know I can use this for the cat, but does anyone know of any other natural non toxic cat litter that may be more of an odor control? Pine pellets do great for pee, but since rabbit poo is usually solid and semi dry I haven't tested it out on wet poo. For the Corona Virus, I do not and will not have any other cats. The girl who I am getting her from is worried she is "Lonely" and will need another Corona Virus positive cat. Now, I am home most of the time but if she still needs a companion I don't mind getting her one, only if she needs it hwoever. I was also told it is not contagious to my exotics (I have quite a farm over here) just wanted to check the information with you guys. So far I bought toys, a scratching post, a warm cozy bed that has a cover and a dome litter box. I pick her up probably the 22-24th. Thank you for all the help!