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Hello, you are through to Dr Linda, a UK based vet.
I'm sorry to hear Hera has been unwell.
At this stage, I would 100% be bringing her in for a vet check.
Vomiting so much and not eating can quickly lead to abnormal salt and sugar levels. She is also at risk of dehydration.
Her signs could be due to e.g.
A vet will examine her and may run some tests such as a blood test and abdominal scan.
Treatment will depend on what is found and her diagnosis but may include e.g. iv fluids and anti sickness medicine as well as antibiotics.
Hopefully she is on the mend very soon.
Heat stroke can make animals very unwell and symptoms can include e.g. lethargy and vomiting, but it is unlikely this is the case here.
We tend to see heat stroke in those who are outside in direct sunlight or trapped in e.g. closed cars.
Heat stroke is uncommon in acts.
As she is in a flat, I do not think this is our diagnosis.
No problem at all.
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