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she may take a rest. Or even, deliver next kittens in a couple of days, or anything between.
If she seems ok, no pains, calm, resting - observe but dont woorry too much.
If visibly in any sort of distress - try to get a vet....
How did the kitten look? Was it a normal kitten, full fur, healthy by the looks, delivered in time,
or was it almost without fur, skinny, visibly premature?
Did the placenta come out too?
Prematures have very easy to die, even if they are born alive and the owner tries to help. IF it was premature, there is chance she has more kittens, who will be deliver healthy in proper time, several days later.
You tell she does not eats. When did she eat the last time? And when she did drank water?
Continue to observe her, till you are sure she is entirely OK.
Not too early, so not premature, but still rather short, in the lower segment. I would recommend two days more if possible, so to speak.
So she is a little down the weather? Lets hope it is because she is mourning, not because there is some problem (save the nipples full of milk, of course which of course do bother her).
IF you think she is done, and "just mourning", you can try to get her foster kittens, if you wish so. Contact vets around if there are some kittens who got motherless, or a very big litter, or some mom who had to get surgery... I presume she could also have a puppy or two of small dog breeds.
You can also try and contact shelters nearby.
Be sure the kittens are healthy, you dont want to get on her some nasty contagion which caused their mom died of it...
Perhaps best you do contact your vet and discuss, both errands at the same time. He may perhaps even check her up for free, as a candidate for helping others?