Previous cat had seizures
Hi, and sorry to hear about your family having this happen, but very glad to hear you are holding up and that Pip is not having the seizures very frequently.
My cat had seizures for most of it's life, but they weren't very frequent. One thing that I found helpful was to develop a loving routing when he had them, and for some reason, he really liked a cat milk called Cat-Sip, so when he was coming out of his seizure, and I was saying gentle things to him when he was having them, I would take time to just be with him, leaving him be, until he came back around, just being there, saying soothing things. When he got back to consciousness, I think he recognized it was a scary experience, which I tried to acknowledge in my communication with him. So I would smile, speak kindly, ask him questions, and then when he seemed ready, I would ask him if he wanted his Cat-Sip, and I would go get it and put it out. I would also get some towels, paper towels, damp something, to gently wipe him off where he had slobbered on himself or peed on himself, nothing major as far as cleaning, since he had just been through a lot. And then when he was all better, if he needed more cleaning, I would do that. I stayed with him while he had his Cat-Sip and for a bit after that, listening to him tell me about it, as he would be meowing and seeming a bit agitated. I also had other cats, and I made sure none of them came around, creating a safe zone and safe recovery time for my little guy. I think he really appreciated that, as it really seemed he felt vulnerable and afraid and a bit freaked out, and I don't think he liked peeing on himself, and I think he appreciated as much gentle cleaning as he wanted/appreciated/tolerated, not more. It ended up being a very loving time and routine.
We one year took him to a holistic vet that gave him some homeopathic pills, and I don't remember him having a seizure after that, but I don't know if he just had some chemical change in his system or what. It could be the homeopathy triggered a change. I had also changed foods to a more natural food, in case some additives, food dyes, preservatives, whatever could've been contributing, and I think the vet also recommended some dietary changes, but I don't remember now. I do know the regular vet had mentioned some meds they could give, but he wasn't having them a lot. It could also help to keep a log, just to see what an animal has been eating/doing, just in case there could be some hidden pattern, listing any meds or flea treatments, baths, treats, etc., and I made a short form in my planner once where I just had checkmarks so I didn't have to write common things down a lot. The easier it is to do, the better, for me at least.
I hope you and Pip are having many days without seizures, and I wish you my best.