The right eye of our beloved Silver Sebright started swelling up a couple weeks ago, with some discharge (though not a ton). I know odor can be useful in diagnosing such things, but haven't noticed it being particularly foul-smelling (though maybe I should try sniffing it more closely?). We tried to wash it out and spray it every day with antibacterial eye spray. It seemed like it was getting better, and the swelling went down, but over the last few days it's gotten worse and worse. Can anyone tell from the pictures what might likely be going on? I feel so bad for poor Porkchop, and don't want her to suffer or die if there's anything we can do. She seems perfectly sprightly, and has no real trouble eating, drinking, roosting, etc. as far as I can tell. I've naturally tried to research other posts and on the internet in general, but most symptoms described or portrayed seem to not quite correspond with hers (though I'm likely just misinterpreting, I recognize -- I'm not much of a chicken expert yet, I fear). Some of the feathers on her back are kind of harder and crunchier, maybe due to discharge that gets wiped on it or trouble preening or something? I should also mention that a couple months ago the same exact thing happened to our Silver Phoenix hen, and she ultimately died, presumably as a result (We thought it was just a freak occurrence, maybe an injury or something stuck in the eye or an unfortunate infection...). So we've tried to take extra care with this one, but she's not getting any better. Her little Sebright friend would be very lonely without her. None of the other chickens are displaying any eye symptoms whatsoever. If anyone can advise we'd certainly be grateful!