Just checking in...
If she didn't have more kittens, then I hope Cleo is okay and hope you can find a decent vet somewhere in your area.
I know it can be hard -- I once lived in a rural area where the nearest "vet" was 20 minutes away and only saw small animals (pets) two days a week. He was more focused on the livestock and horses in the area -- but would do routine vaccinations and procedures for small animals.
If immediate attention was needed or there was a unique problem, I had to drive 90 minutes one-way to a large city. But at least my normal "vet" was able to refer me to that clinic and they had some sort of understanding with where I would be treated as a regular client instead of a random drop-in. I'd just flash his card and say "so and so sent me here" and I'd be put straight through.
(I imagine my local "vet" would've treated me the same if I were to call on a non-pet day and announce that my cat is having kittens. He probably would have said "Are you kidding me? I'm busy here!" and hung up on me. He wasn't a bad guy, but he was more focused on large animals and cared for the local pets almost as a favor. I remember my first visit to him where I brought in two dogs for their annual checkup and shots. He kneeled down, gave shots, scratched each dog saying "how ya doin?" as he looked the dogs over for a minute, then stood up straight. "That'll be $5 per dog." I started fumbling with a checkbook and he said "oh no, I only take cash" so I handed him a ten. He handed me back two photocopied slips of paper saying each dog was current and filled in the date and scrawled his initials. It is just different in some areas.)
Anyway, good luck!