I will post pictures tomorrow so you can see what I'm working with. My roster "tiny" about 6 months old, had an eye infection of some kind. Not sure the cause, but his right eye is ****, and oozing a thick white, sort of milky, discharge. If left alone or does dry hard. It does not look like pus but it could be. This is now day 5 and my bird is quarantined for his and the other birds safety (other birds will attack tiny if they get a chance). I have only been cleaning the eye using water and Q-tips. My local poultry/pet store suggested I use VETRX, but I don't feel like that is the right medicine to use (or to only use). I need to know how to properly car for the eye and what I should be doing, at a bare minimum, now. My roster is eating but I don't know if he's drinking, out hour much, and he is walking around. Please help!!