Hoep we're not getting back too late.
Here's a link where she can type in her zip and pull up a whole list of organizations that may be able to help. At least she'll have more than one place to call to try to find help:http://www.pets911.com/organizations/organizations.php
She can also use the yellow pages to call around to all the local vets. All the vets within like a 40 mile radius of us know to take someone's number and call us in situations like this. It's always best, when calling a vet, to tell them there's a cat emergency, and the person calling is just calling to see if they know of anyone or any organization that may be able to help. The more rural the area, the more likely the vets will know the "crazy cat person" around.
And while the situation is an emergency, it still can't hurt to contact the Best Friends No More Homeless Pets Campaign. In this situation, I'd tell her to send off a quick e-mail. Here's a link to the main page, and the e-mail contact is toward the bottom-right I think:http://www.bestfriends.org/nomorehom...ts/thenetwork/
Sending "hope your friend finds help fast" vibes!