I have a kitten that is about 4-5 weeks old. I brought him inside because his mom just has too many babies to feed, and he was kind of thin. His eyes were already open and he was walking around. There was nothing else wrong with him, other than he was a bit skinny. On the 3rd day inside, when I came home, his eye was swollen to about 2-3 times it's normal size. He can't even close the eyelids over it at all. He stays in a protected crate so don't think i't got scratched or another cat got him. I also don't see anything in the eye itself. The only thing is it's so swollen up. I think it's an infection. I put him on penicillin shots last night. He's gotten two at this point. I've also been putting Neosporin ointment in the eye itself as soon as I saw it. Not only for the antibiotic properties, but because the eyeball was drying out since he can't shut it. Neosporin is what I was told to do for eye infections. But I was just thinking, I vaguely remember reading something one time about some antibiotics not being able to get into the eyeball due to it being a completely sealed organ, or something like that. Also, am I even using the correct antibiotic? Can I PLEASE get some help with anyone who has experience with this? I don't think it's pink eye, I don't see any pink. I NEED to treat this myself. I DON'T have $$$$ for a vet bill and my better half would not justify spending funds on a farm kitty even if we did have it. But my heart is breaking for this baby. He's so sweet and just wants to be held and loved. Not to mention I am SURE this is kind of uncomfortable for him at the least. What am I doing wrong, right, or need to do additionally? Also, please remember that I'm kind of in the middle of no where out here. I do have a Tractor Supply extremely close by and could get to the feed store tomorrow. HELP!