A GIRL, living with liver disease ticked off another wish from her bucket list when she visited Heads of Ayr Farm Park.

Kayla McCulloch from Clydebank, was diagnosed in 2015. 
Now 10-years-old, Kayla wants to complete as many wishes as possible before she gets too unwell.

On Saturday, June 23 Kayla went to the Heads of Ayr Lemur Experience, with mum Elaine, dad Mark and older sister Chloe, where she could hold and feed the animals.

Elaine said: “We went to the Lemur Experience on Saturday as a family. We were allowed in the enclosures and could feed the animals.

“Kayla loves lemurs so when she was offered the opportunity she jumped up and down. I am overwhelmed by the generosity of people.

“It is a really beautiful thing to do for a child and her family. Without Kayla’s sister we would not have been able to do this.”

Kayla is also an avid fundraiser for the Children’s Liver Disease Foundation and has raised some £6,000 for the charity so far.

Elaine continued: “Kayla is a really keen fundraiser for the Children’s Liver Disease Foundation. She was diagnosed in December 2015. She spent a long time in hospital.

“The foundation have been so supportive and Kayla decided she wanted to give something back. So far she has raised £6,000.

“Kayla takes medication to keep her liver well. But she will need a transplant at some point.”