I'm not personally acquainted with kitties with these kinds of values, but here's what I found on a quick Google:
Feline Blood Test Values and What they Mean: Revealing cat health problems.
"Albumin - The main protein in blood. Chemically, albumin is soluble in water, precipitated by acid, and coagulated by heat. Albumin and Globulin measure the amount and type of protein in your blood. They are a general index of overall health and nutrition. Globulin is the "antibody" protein important for fighting disease."
"Calcium Is controlled in the blood by the parathyroid glands and the kidneys. Calcium is found mostly in bone and is important for proper blood clotting, nerve, and cell activity. An elevated calcium can be due to medications such as thiazide type diuretics, inherited disorders of calcium handling in the kidneys, or excess parathyroid gland activity or vitamin D. Low calcium can be due to certain metabolic disorders such as insufficient parathyroid hormone; or drugs like Fosamax or furosemide type diuretics. Calcium is bound to albumin in the blood, so a low albumin level will cause the total calcium level in the blood to drop. You doctor can easily determine if this is significant or not."
Understanding Blood Work: The Biochemical Profile for Cats - Page 1
"Albumin is the major protein found in the body. It carries various substances through the blood and is important in maintaining pressure within the vessels. High levels indicate dehydration. Low levels indicate chronic inflammation, liver disease, kidney disease, starvation and blood loss."
"Calcium is a mineral found throughout the body. It is the basis for bones, teeth and muscle contractions. High levels indicate certain forms of cancer, excess intake of vitamin D and an overactive parathyroid gland. Low levels indicate eclampsia, severe pancreatitis, dietary imbalance, intestinal absorption disorders, low intact of vitamin D, Cushing's disease and certain toxin ingestions."
Of course, these interpretations are just that - interpretations. They might not mean that Lili has any of the diseases or conditions mentioned in the results. I think the vet would be the best one suited to tell you what these values mean in regards to Lili and her overall health/situation.
Since the person who gave you the lab results did not seem overly concerned (and you didn't get a call from the vet), I imagine that the values are not indicative of some kind of disease/condition, but you might want to call the vet with your concerns anyway :}
However, I do hope this helps somewhat!