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Beverly, if she will not come out from under the bed you have three options.1) Allow her to stay there and visit her where she is comfortable2) Remove her and try to make her comfortable once out of hiding (and she will likely return there)As well, if you cannot get her to the vet, contacting a mobile vet to come to you may be easier. I will say that we often see GI upsets and sometimes that involves them being serious enough that pets vomit blood. This could be a secondary symptom of something that is treatable instead of being a sign of terminal illness.
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