1. Bubbles don't mean anything. If your secondary warms up slightly, warmer liquid can't hold as much c02 as cold liquid, so c02 escapes. Meaning there could be zero fermentation still happening, and you can still see bubbles.
2. As said above, cherries have sugar, the yeast are going to munch of that. Take a gravity reading, and then take another reading in 3-4 days, if it dropped, your beer is still fermenting.
3. You've got a double chocolate cherry stout, that thing is going to need some time to mellow.
My advice, walk away. Forget all about that beer for at least 4 more weeks. Big beers like that need plenty of time to age.