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"He just looked at me and just sighed and stopped breathing"

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"He just looked at me and just sighed and stopped breathing"

Published by Lettie Buxton at 6:00am 14th March 2020.

A Woking man has been spurred on to raise money for charity, just days after his dog died after being hit by a vehicle.

Lee Moran's four-year-old Jack Russell terrier Buster lost his life last Saturday (7 March) in Woking.

Lee is now fundraising for national charity, Pet Blood Bank UK.

Lee Moran and Buster

Mr Moran described how Buster died in his arms:

"He just looked at me and just sighed and stopped breathing.

"The rest is just a bit of a blur for me.

"The nurse said to me that because I didn't shut his eyes when he stopped breathing, he had this smile on his face.

"She said he looked so healthy and such a happy little dog, and it's that picture in my head that I'm holding on to."

Lee is aiming to raise at least £1,000 for the charity, which provides a national canine blood bank available to all UK vets.

He added that if he heard from somebody whose dog was directly helped by his fundraising, he would be "chuffed" and could "stop beating myself up because I'd know that I did make a difference".