1. Is a davar chai polet? Say a live chicken fell into milk and was pulled out while still alive. I recall hearing that not, but I can’t find the source.
2. I was recently told that if you wash your hands for bread and someone touches your wet hands you only have to wash over if that person was also planning on washing for bread. But, if stam a person walking by touches you then you need not wash over. Is this correct?
1 Shu”t Pri Yitzchak brings a dispute on this matter, his opinion is that there is pleyta from a living being. Rav Akiva Eiger in in Y:D SIman 9 seems to hold this way as well. See Kehillos Yaakov CHullin Siman 5 for an extensive discussion.
2 Touching the wet hand will disqualify the netilas yadayim from any person regardless of his plans of washing, see SHulchan Aruch O:C 162:4.