Nasmeir, 12, loves animals, and loves petting them and playing with them, so he was thrilled to have the opportunity recently to visit a zoo. The curator took him on a tour of the facility. Nasmeir was particularly interested in seeing the tigers, lions and bears. He even watched a bear eat lunch.
Nasmeir has a great imagination, which is evident when he plays games. He also loves listening to music, especially pop and rhythm & blues. Other favorite pastimes include engaging in outdoor activities and riding his bike and scooter. Very sociable and friendly, he has many friends and gets along well both with other children and adults.
In school Nasmeir receives special education services and benefits from the small class and individual attention. Learning science and reading stories are his favorite activities. Nasmeir is very proud of his excellent handwriting
Nasmeir wants very much to be adopted. His dream is to have a family that will show him love. He hopes there would be other children in the family and some pets. Nasmeir would do well with a family that would be patient with him and help him reach his potential.
Adoptive parents do not need to have a specific income, and they do not need to own their own homes. This kind of adoption is virtually free, and many of the children are eligible for financial subsidy.
Please contact the National Adoption Center, 1500 Walnut Street, Suite 701, Philadelphia, PA 19102 if you would like more information about adopting children out of the foster care system. Call 215-735-9988 today for a free packet of information, or visit the website at www.adopt.org.