:Wavey: Welcome to TCS! You are a real hero tonight, caring for the kittycat. If it's possible to make a run to the grocery store, you could provide some kibble and also a dish of fresh water. Thirst is often a big problem unless your area has fresh streams nearby. Most gutter water is contaiminated. By the way, don't give too much milk because many cats are lactose intolerant. And the cat may enjoy a cardboard box with a door cut out for a shelter. You could check the lost-pets ads and place a "found pet" ad in both Petfinders and in the newspapers. Vet's offices are also another place to post ads. I'm sure that more suggestions are on their way!
Meanwhile, please accept my thanks & appreciation for your efforts in helping this cat. People like you ought to be cloned! (just kidding, I don't believe in cloning but you get my drift)
Please keep us posted! Susan