So my new kitten that I got at the end of May, as a companion for my other cat (I wanted another kitten from the breeder I got my first cat from, but she has a waitlist now, so I went with some one else... now very much regretting that). My MIL came to stay with us a few days ago and this morning she pointed out that my new kitten had a bit of a watery eye and he was squinting (he was fine when we went to bed last night). So I thought maybe he had gotten poked or something. We went to get groceries, come back and his eye was completely crusted shut and swollen with whitish/yellowish goop. I wiped the gunk away with a warm cloth and noticed his eye was red and you could see his third eyelid. I got him into the vet, they put some dye in his eye to see if maybe he got scratched or something but the vet couldn't see any thing. She said that it may be herpes, chlamydia or something else but I can't remember the name. They have to order swabs to do the test to see what it is, but it will take a few days to get them. They gave me antibiotic drops to put for the next week. I googled feline herpes and chlamydia, and other than the eyes he has no other symptoms. He is eating and drinking, and was happily playing (not so much now that he has a cone of shame so he can't rub the antibiotics out of his eyes and then lick his paws). No difficulty breathing, coughing, nasal discharge or sneezing. If there is a test for chlamydia, herpes ect is that something a breeder would normally test for? The lady I got him from said she tested for feline aids and leukemia and progressive retinal atrophy, but didn't mention any of that stuff. I just wanted to know if it does come back positive if it was negligence on the breeders part for not testing their cats or is it something people don't usually test for and it just happens sometimes? I am thankful that my other cat has not shown any symptoms and I am hoping that she isn't infected now too, if that is what he has!