Hi everyone, We have two barn cats that adopted our home as their own, who used to be strays. This morning, I noticed that one of the cats was limping pretty bad when he came to get his breakfast. He barely ate anything before retreating back to his favorite sleeping spot (under my husbands tractor). The other cat followed & looked concerned and didn't finish his breakfast either. I tried to rush out & get a good look at what was wrong, but he got under the tractor before I could see. I can't tell if it's a break or if it's a bad flesh wound (he will get into fights with the other neighboring barn cats on a pretty regular basis). Unfortunately since these two started as strays, they do not let us near them to inspect injuries or give them better medical care. If it just appears to be a flesh injury, I am thinking I can pick up some antibiotics at the feed store & possibly pain killer and sneak it in their food. Can anyone more experienced with a vet background, tell me if there is any way I can tell if it's a break by not touching it? Closest I can usually get is 2-3 feet away before they scurry. If it just looks like a flesh wound, what kind of treatments can I pick up at the feed store & put in his food that won't be harmful to the other cat. Worse case scenario, I will have to call animal control to come pick him up. He is a sweet baby & I would rather not do that since he will probably be put to sleep instead of rehabilitated. Any advice or opinions appreciated! Thank you!