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Kaminox Potassium & Amino Acid Supplement for Cats

  • 120ml Bottle £20.18


Kaminox is a palatable liquid supplement intended for cats affected by reduced kidney function and associated with a reduced blood potassium level. Increasing dietary potassium levels can have a significantly beneficial effect on cats with this condition. Kaminox is more readily accepted by cats than some alternatives and is designed to be given every day, directly by mouth or added to food.

A palatable liquid nutritional support for cats with chronic renal failure or other disorders associated with low levels of blood potassium.

Before you use this product PLEASE ensure you have had a diagnosis of low blood potassium from your vet.

Contains 234mg Potassium per ml, with additional B-vitamins and essential amino acids for nutritional support.


Spirulina, Potassium Gluconate, L-Glutamine.


  • Proprietary Amino Acid blend - 1550mg/kg
  • L-Taurine - 300mg/kg
  • L-Arginine - 900mg/kg
  • Citric Acid 5000mg/kg
  • Vitamin B1 - 500mg/kg
  • Vitamin B2 - 510mg/kg
  • Vitamin B3 - 2550mg/kg
  • Vitamin B5 - 2750mg/kg
  • Vitamin B6 - 510mg/kg
  • Vitamin B12 - 1020mcg/kg


  • Crude Ash - 15.5%
  • Crude Oil - 0.6%
  • Crude Fibre - 1.0%
  • Crude Protein - 4.5%

Feeding guidelines

Kaminox Liquid can be fed directly or added to food.

Administer 2ml per 4.5kg of body weight 1-3 times daily or as recommended by your veterinary surgeon. Consult your surgeon for appropriate levels for dogs and other species.


Use with caution on cats suffering with cardiac disease.

Do not administer to cats with diseases where high potassium levels may be encountered such as: acute or oliguric renal failure, hypoadrenocorticism, acute dehydration or urethral obstruction.

Not for human consumption.

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1st Sep 2016
Tim Spurgeon
  • VioVet Customer Since: August 2016
  • From: Worcestershire, United Kingdom

We have a 7 year old Norweigan Forest Cat that was diagnosed with CKD stage 2, about 2 months ago. He is also borderline Proteinurea and borderline anaemic.

He has Semintra once daily to control the Proteinurea and approx once a month Vit B12 injection which does increase his appetite. And blood and urine tests every 6 weeks or so.

Kaminox Supplement liquid has been suggested to us by friends.
Can we administer Kaminox supplement to a cat taking Semintra?
Do l need a prescription to purchase Kaminox supplement?
Grateful & Thanks in advance, Tim Spurgeon
be safe to give with Semintra?

  • Veterinary Surgeon

You do not need a prescription for Kaminox and it should be safe to give alongside Semintra- it may be very helpful. However unless your cat has low potassium levels when blood tested you should not give Kaminox. It is quite likely given your cats reduced kidney function that he will subsequently have a reduced blood potassium level but I would advise checking with your vet before starting on Kaminox.


17th Mar 2014
Sophie Fox
  • VioVet Customer Since: January 2013
  • From: Wiltshire, United Kingdom

Could you let me know what dosage a 14 year old cat should have? Many thanks.

Richard Spratley
  • Web Developer

The amount to feed is based on the cats body weight. The guidelines are to administer 2ml per 4.5kg of body weight 1-3 times daily or as recommended by your veterinary surgeon.