I wouldn't know..besides of FIP it could be heart trouble and other conditions. 
Sorry I can't reasure you. The vet can draw fluid and analyze it for protein 
content, high protein is FIP. Last year and earlier this year we lost two 
kittens to FIP almost a month apart. When they extracted fluid from the first 
one it was clear but the analysis confirmed the high protein content. So dx was 
FIP, later on vet found a large mass growing so concluded that he had 
pancreatic cancer thus the fluid_at that point was greenish_his sister also got 
a FIP dx, high prt fluid but more typical; yellow viscous fluid, no cancer.
I'm wishing all the best to you and your kitten 

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From: Forgotten Felines <toledoc...@gmail.com>
To: Felvtalk@felineleukemia.org 
Sent: Sunday, August 26, 2012 5:00 PM
Subject: [Felvtalk] FeLV & Ascites?


My FeLV+ kitten developed ascites and I'm worried the vet is going to tell me 
it's FIP. Does anyone know if ascites is ever related to FeLV?

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