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Enterokun Mild Cats (310 g): Supplement for Mild Diarrhea


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Does Enterokun Mild help improve my cat's intestinal health?

The nutritional supplement Enterokun Mild® for cats maintains your cat's intestinal health in good condition. This is the ideal supplement for cats with mild recurrent or chronic diarrhea, flatulence, or poor stool quality.

Recover your feline from intestinal issues

It is your go-to supplement to reduce diarrhea and prevent its occurrence. It can be administered to animals of any age! Thanks to its active probiotic, prebiotic, and anti-inflammatory ingredients, this dietary supplement restores the microbiome and intestinal mucosa, promoting the rapid recovery of your cat's intestinal issues.



Aromatic flavoring by-product (hydrolyzed pork liver and yeast), fructo-oligosaccharides, fish oil (sardine), butyric acid salt (2.0%).

Nutritional Additives

Vitamins: Vitamin B12 - 48 mg/kg; Trace Elements: Zinc (zinc glycinate chelate) - 2,000 mg/kg; Intestinal Flora Stabilizers: Enterococcus faecium - 1.7 × 10^11 CFU/kg.

Analytical Components

Crude protein: 19.20%; Crude fiber: 0.04%; Crude fat: 34.57%; Crude ash: 9.48%; Omega-3 fatty acids: 4.85%; Omega-6 fatty acids: 1.00%

How do its active ingredients work?

Butyric acid

It improves epithelial integrity as it is the preferred metabolic fuel of enterocytes, positively influencing cell proliferation, differentiation, and maturation (increased villi height and reduced crypt depth), thus facilitating nutrient absorption. Butyric acid also reduces intestinal inflammation by decreasing oxidative DNA damage and inducing apoptosis in DNA-damaged cells.

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It maintains the function and integrity of the intestinal barrier at the level of tight junctions, thus preventing the entry of antigens, toxins, and pathogenic bacteria that cause inflammation.

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Omega-3 fatty acids

They modulate the production of eicosanoids, with those resulting from the metabolism of omega-3 fatty acids being less stimulating to the inflammatory response than those resulting from omega-6 fatty acids. Additionally, omega-3 fatty acids are precursors to resolvins and protectins, which are substances that counter-regulate inflammation. They act as agonists of endogenous anti-inflammatory mechanisms and play a significant role in resolving inflammation.

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Enterococcus faecium

It improves the balance of the intestinal microbiota. Competition for nutrients, adhesion sites, and the production of antimicrobial substances (short-chain fatty acids, defensins, etc.) inhibit the proliferation of pathogenic bacteria while promoting the growth of beneficial bacteria.

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Prebiotic component, indicating that it resists digestion and reaches the colon intact, where it serves as a source of energy for beneficial bacteria (Lactobacillus spp, Bacteroides spp, and Bifidobacterium spp), thus stimulating their growth and/or activity. As a result of its fermentation, it reduces the production of toxic substances (ammonia and biogenic amines) and increases the release of short-chain fatty acids (acetate, propionate, lactate, and butyrate) into the intestinal lumen, reducing the presence of pathogenic bacteria (E. coli and C. perfringens), thanks to the reduction of colonic pH.

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Vitamin B12

It plays an important role in many biochemical reactions, including DNA synthesis and the synthesis of methionine from homocysteine, as well as in important enzymatic reactions in the citric acid cycle, where it acts as a cofactor. Hypocobalaminemia typically occurs when the specific receptors for cobalamin in the ileum are damaged as a result of an inflammatory disease. Deficiency is accelerated by reduced cobalamin intake and ongoing gastrointestinal losses.

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To whom and for what purpose?

  • In cases of recurrent or chronic mild diarrhea or poor fecal quality, Enterokun Mild helps reduce the use of antibiotics and immunosuppressive agents.
  • During and after antibiotic treatment, this supplement helps prevent possible secondary diarrhea caused by the use of these drugs.
  • Enterokun Mild improves digestive well-being in cases of flatulence, reducing its intensity.
  • Before a predictable stressful situation such as travel, new pets at home, weaning, change of home, etc., Enterokun Mild prevents the onset of possible secondary diarrhea due to one of these or other stressful situations.


It is not recommended to use ENTEROKUN MILD in case of:

  • Food allergy to fish or during periods of treatment with exclusion diets.

How is it administered?

Daily recommendation to be added on top of food. This dose can be divided into different servings throughout the day:

Tablespoons* Duration of the package
0.5 11 days

*11.8 g per tablespoon.
The spoon is included in the package.

This package is suitable for a situation of occasional diarrhea or during a dietary transition. If you want to address a situation of recurrent or chronic diarrhea, we recommend Enterokun Mild in a jar format.

Enterokun Mild for cats can be administered together with any type of diet (dry food, homemade or commercial cooked food, BARF, or dehydrated food). Additionally, it can be administered chronically without the need for any resting period between jars.

How long should I administer it?

  • For occasional diarrhea: Administration is recommended for at least 5 days and continue while symptoms persist.
  • As a preventive measure during and after an antibiotic treatment: Administer while undergoing antibiotic treatment and continue for at least 7 days after the last antibiotic dose.
  • To reduce flatulence: Administer for at least 15 days.
  • Before a predictable stressful situation such as traveling, new pets at home, weaning, change of residence, etc.: 3 days before the stressful situation, during the days of the stressful situation, and for the 3 days following the end of the stressful situation.
  • Before a dietary change: 3 days before starting the transition to the new food and for the following 7 days.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Laura Cano Herreros
Olor Fuerte

Compre el producto tras conocerlo a través de una página web para probarlo, ya que tengo dos gatos y concretamente uno de ellos no hace buen las cacas del todo. La cosa es que no les agrada. Al final se lo van comiendo porque no les pongo otra cosa y tienen hambre pero de buenas a primeras se dejan la comida. El olor es bastante fuerte. Por otra parte , se lo he dado durante cinco días que es lo mínimo que indicaba el envase y sus cacas no son del todo sólidas pero no son tan blandas como antes de que lo tomasen.

Enterokun Mild Cats (310 g): Supplement for Mild Diarrhea
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