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I'm sorry to hear Adea is unwell, her symptoms are very concerning indeed.
Has she seen a vet yet?
Has she even spayed?
Are her gums pink and wet?
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Adea's signs are very worrying and I think she is really unwell.
Bloating can be due to e.g. a twisted stomach or infection such as a peritonitis or uterus infection (pyometra).
Black vomit can indicate internal bleeding.
Her extreme lethargy and inability to walk properly are red flags; she may be in shock or have a blood infection.
I have no doubt she needs to see a vet right now.
You may need to ask a friend or family member to her you get her there, or to use a pet taxi.
A vet will examine her and may run some tests such as a blood test and abdominal scan to determine why she is so unwell. Treatment will depend on what is going on but may include e.g. surgically removing her uterus if it is infected. She likely needs supportive care such as a fluid drip, ant acids and pain relief.
I'm so sorry to hear about this and understand it must be very difficult.
Unfortunately, she is so poorly that she does need to be seen now and cannot be treated from home.
Hopefully you can have her seen soon and wishing her all the very best.