Chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy is a severe clinical problem frequently associated with cisplatin use. Although its pathophysiology is poorly understood, it is known that kinin receptors and the transient receptor potential ankyrin 1 (TRPA1) channel play a significant role in the peripheral neuropathy induced by cisplatin in rodents. However, the role of signalling pathways downstream from B kinin receptors activation and sensitisation of the TRPA1 channel remains unknown in this model. The cisplatin-induced neuropathy model caused mechanical and cold allodynia in male Swiss mice. Antagonists for kinin B and B receptors and the TRPA1 channel attenuated the painful parameters. Local sub-nociceptive doses of kinin B receptor (bradykinin) and TRPA1 channel (allyl isothiocyanate; AITC) agonists enhanced the painful parameters in cisplatin-treated mice, which their respective antagonists attenuated. Furthermore, we demonstrated the interaction between the kinin B receptor and the TRPA1 channel in cisplatin-induced peripheral neuropathy since phospholipase C (PLC) and protein kinase C epsilon (PKCε) inhibitors attenuated the increase in mechanical and cold allodynia evoked by bradykinin and AITC in cisplatin-treated mice. Therefore, regulating the activation of signalling pathways downstream from the kinin B receptors activation and TRPA1 channel sensitisation can mitigate the painful peripheral neuropathy decurrent of the oncology treatment with cisplatin.