The Lost actor's beloved dog Nunu dies after being struck while crossing a street

By People Staff
Updated December 01, 2020 03:46 PM
Credit: Pacific Coast News

With the end of Lost comes another end for actor Jorge Garcia: the loss of his precious Chihuahua Nunu.

Garcia, who played Hurley on the hit series, posted to his blog, “Dispatches from the Island,” to announce the sad news on Monday. “It breaks my heart to tell you that yesterday as we were preparing to all go to the airport Nunu was struck by a car as she crossed the street,” Garcia wrote. “She died in my arms.”

Garcia, who was not available for comment, chronicled Nunu’s adventures frequently on the blog, posting photos of his black-and-brown pup chewing on toys, sheets, and sometimes even Garcia’s nose.

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Garcia wrote that in 2005 that he had been thinking about rescuing a dog from a Hawaii Humane Society, but a stop at a local pet shop brought about a change of plans. It seems his heart couldn’t resist little Nunu.

“We are burying her in the Pet Garden at Valley of the Temple in Kaneohe,” Garcia wrote. “Nunu hated the water so we couldn’t bring ourselves to having her ashes scattered in the ocean. Three months from now you’ll be able to find a bronze plaque inscribed with just her name there. If you’d like to leave a flower or a toy, I’m sure she’d love it.”