Terminally ill cancer patient had dying wish granted by hospice staff — to see her beloved horse one last time

A TERMINALLY ill cancer patient has had her dying wish granted by hospice staff — to see her beloved horse once more.

Tracey Dunne, who is in her 50s, is receiving palliative care at a St Luke’s specialist unit and was desperate to see her horse, Malone, one last time.

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Terminally-ill Tracey Dunne, who is in her 50s, was granted one last wish by hospice staff in Plymouth – to see her 17-year-old horse Malone one more time[/caption]

So workers at St Luke’s Hospice in Plymouth arranged for the horse to be brought in.

They filmed the reunion and Malone can be seen nuzzling into Tracey’s hand and comforting her.

Hubby Tim praised the staff and said: “I will always be so grateful to St Luke’s and remember the big smile they put on my beautiful wife’s face.”

Tim, who has been married to Tracey for almost 30 years, has said he is ‘in awe’ of the care provided by the hospice.

The couple have no children.

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Malone can be seen nuzzling into Tracey’s hand and comforting her[/caption]



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