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Ai marketing 5g smartphones nanotechnology developments Boy, 8, cuddles West Midlands Police pups on bucket list day

Image copyright West Midlands Police Image caption Oscar Jealous, eight, was diagnosed with the life-limiting Batten disease in February An eight-year-old boy who is losing his sight due to a rare disease ticked off a bucket list “dream day” by cuddling police puppies and playing officer.Oscar Jealous, from Kingstanding, Birmingham, spent the day with West…

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Oscar Jealous, eight, was detected with the life-limiting Batten disease in February.

An eight-year-old young boy who is losing his sight due to an uncommon illness ticked off a bucket list “dream day” by cuddling cops pups and playing officer.

Oscar Jealous, from Kingstanding, Birmingham, invested the day with West Midlands Police at Bournville station.

The youngster, who has life-limiting Batten illness, went behind the wheel of a police vehicle, played in cell blocks and held the most recent canine recruits.

He and his more youthful bro Charlie were likewise provided warrant cards as a keepsake.

Oscar was identified with the degenerative condition in February and put together a list of 30 “dream days”.

His auntie, PC Laura Colclough, arranged the check out after telling the force about her police-mad nephew.

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Oscar and his younger bro Charlie were cops officers for the day.

She stated: “Oscar and Charlie are both consumed with the cops – probably from having an auntie that captures robbers – so being a police officer was among the first entries on his bucket list.

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” Oscar has actually lost almost all his sight now however there are lots of sounds in a police station to keep him captivated.

” He’s had a wonderful day and it’s heart-warming to see the smile on his face.”

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Oscar and Charlie have a look inside a paddy wagon.

A GoFundMe page set up to assist Oscar’s household pay for specialist care and to fulfil his wishlist has actually raised practically ₤30,000

It includes going on the set of his preferred TELEVISION show, Tipping Point, and meeting Harry Kane, both of which have actually been promised, along with flying in a helicopter, satisfying Dad Christmas in Lapland and increasing the Eiffel Tower.

PC Colclough added: “We are really overwhelmed with the offers of support, numerous from individuals who do not understand us, and I can not thank people enough for supporting us to give Oscar some time to keep in mind.”

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