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Animal lover Tiffany dreams of a large forever family

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11-year-old Tiffany 11-year-old Tiffany
ROYAL OAK, Mich. (WJBK) -

Tiffany is an eleven-year-old who adores animals, especially tigers. She even wants a pet of her own someday.

"A Chihuahua," she said.

Tiffany gets above average grades in her favorite subjects and likes hands-on learning. She told us about her most recent school project of building a car.

"You get a balloon, and you buy some straws, and you get four bottle caps, and the wind has to blow the balloon to make the car move," she explained.

Tiffany is a little girl with big dreams and a big heart. In fact, she hopes to one day be a heart surgeon, but that is not her only dream. Tiffany also dreams of having a forever family.

"I think that it's very important to Tiffany to find a forever family so that she can have that stability, so that she knows when she gets up in the morning this is my family, this is where I'm going to be, this is what we do, this is what I'm part of," said Sheryl Copija, Tiffany's adoption specialist.

Tiffany wants a big family. "A mom, one brother and four sisters," she said.

Since she is so active, she would fit right into a loving family that likes to get out and have fun.

"I like to play sports, and I like to go outside," Tiffany said.

"An active family that maybe likes to get outside and do some camping, after school sports events, that type thing," Copija said.

Tiffany said she is funny, smart and likes to help, so she would make a great pet owner and sister, but most importantly, "She really would make someone a great daughter," Copija said.

If you have room in your home and your heart for Tiffany, please call the Michigan Adoption Resource Exchange at 800-589-6273.

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