Oh, Yanikin, this is a tough one. My cat usually went the full time-63-65 days. I would give a trusted friend a key to check on her every evening. I would isolate mother cat in the bedroom with lots of food and water and a litter box. It's not unusual for kittens to be born feet first.
My biggest worry would be a kitten getting stuck higher in the birth canal because it's too big. Of course you could board her with the vet. That would be best, but more expensive of course. If you know you'll be back before the 63 days, I'd be tempted to have a friend kitty knows check her daily. If you're not sure, I'd board her at the vet's. It's worth not having the worry. Please let us know the results.
I had this happen many years ago with a stray. She had six kittens born-and one little paw, but I was back in college. I went to my courses and came home, and rushed in to see the kitten that I was sure was born after I left. My son was home with her, but didn't look as carefully as I would. There were still six kittens and one paw. She had to have a caesarean or become toxic. She ended up being an expensive stray! She was really too young to have kittens, evidently got away from home during her first heat. We couldn't find her family. Who knows how far she had wandered, poor thing!
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