Okay! It's Saturday and after 5pm. I'm googling to find a shelter that's open. So far, none are. I'll keep trying. How long before her milk would dry up?No, most cat moms who have just delivered are very maternal and in a high hormonal state and ready to mother. I’ve only heard success stories, but don’t delay if you decide to do it.
I work M-F 8am-5pm. I'm about 15 miles south of Detroit, MI. I will call around while on my lunch break.Also, post on the Next Door app in your area that you have a queen who just lost her litter and is available to foster babies. If you can get babies to your cat in the next 2-4 days her colostrum and milk will come in and be good.
If it doesn’t work out, you certainly tried. You can even reach out a county over, if need be. There are SO many orphaned kittens this time of year.
ETA: Where are you located? City and state? I’ll help you look.