EastEnders fans have been watching the Taylor family's beloved dog Bronson on their screens since they first arrived in Walford in 2017.
But the Bullmastiff Staffordshire Terrier Cross, who is called Cyprus in real life, will die within weeks if he doesn't receive treatment.
Bronson was killed off the soap back in 2021 when his family were told they were going to have to put him down in emotional scenes.
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The dog was taken to the vets after being sick, and the devastated Taylors were told that he was seriously ill and was struggling to breathe.
A horrified Karen decided the kindest thing to do for Bronson would be to put him to sleep as he was struggling to sleep.
But in real life, the dog is facing the same fate as Bronson as his owner Caroline has launched an online fundraiser to pay for Cyprus' treatment.
Caroline, who needs to raise £10,000 for Cyprus, told The Sun: "The thought of losing him is heartbreaking. It’s utterly gut-wrenching. He has been suffering seizures but I was told they were nothing to worry about.
"I asked for a second opinion and we have been given this shocking diagnosis."
Caroline was forced to spend all of her money on getting tests and receiving the diagnosis, meaning she can't afford the treatment.
She continued: "He has been suffering seizures but I was told they were nothing to worry about. I asked for a second opinion and we have been given this shocking diagnosis."
You can donate to the GoFundMe page here.
EastEnders airs Mondays to Thursdays at 7.30pm on BBC.
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