Any children's liquid pain reliever should do the trick
In my opinion no.. Because I raised dogs as a business for many years and worked very closely with my vet.I also had many other animals and I was able to diagnose and administer most of the treatments and medicines myself except on my cats what most of my animals could take.. Cats could not for example sedatives my dog ,horses could all take the same thing even antibiotics but cats a different story they are extra sensitive a mild sedative could kill them or totally counteract and make them very hyper every cat is different and responds differently to medicines and most things dogs can take cats cannot and can be fatal a lot of country vets will tell you on phone what you can do for them because there are so many and sometimes you can not even catch them try calling a vet in the country and see if they will help.. Goodluck
You can give your cat baby aspirin or a small dose of ibuprofen.
Check with your pharmacist. They will know what dosage to give. Many small cats will need same as child. Best to call before administering
Well sweetie if he needs vet care you can take him to a vet and explain that he is a stray and you can't afford to help him and they can advise you what you can do in your area to help him at little or no cost to you.
Don't call a pharmacist as suggested below. Call a veterinarian. But the answer to your question is -- No, you should not give your cat a pain pill. If your cat needs a pain killer, it should be prescribed by a veterinarian.
NEVER give a cat human medication. It will KILL the cat. Go to the vet and get medicine there.