Hi, 2 months ago i adopted two kittens who had been rescued from the docks in my town, one was slightly older than the other so we don't think they were from the same mother/litter. After 2/3 weeks the older kitten Dodie started getting poorly. she had diarrhea and lethargy. I took her to the vets and they gave her antibiotics for a week and she seemed to improve. After finishing the antibiotics she went downhill very quickly so was started on a two week course and the vet decided it was FIP. He was doing a stool sample to rule out worms but she sadly passed away just before the antibiotics finished. The younger kitten Olive had a short period of diarrhea and was also given some antibiotics and i was informed it was likely FIP too. since then Olive's stool has returned to normal, she is a very happy and playful kitten with no symptoms to say she might have FIP minus a slight swelling to her tummy (i have never owned cats before and while she did have a 'potbellied' appearance before she was wormed this tummy is not nearly that bad so im unsure if it is swollen at all or if its just a normal kitten tummy). Its been over 2 weeks since she'd had any diarrhea and 1 week since Dodie passed away. I am still waiting on her stool sample results and further tests for Olive. Basically I have done a bunch of research on FIP and it seems each article says a different thing about how infectious FIP itself is. Some say it is just the initial Corona virus infection that spreads and potentially mutates and some say FIP itself is highly contagious. I think I'm just looking for some peace of mind while i wait for these test results to come back to whether the chances are high or low for Olive to have it too.