Samira is a very active 12-year-old.
Khari Siegfried, 26, has been competing in pageants for ten years but never thought that road would lead her to her birth parents.
Israel, 9, enjoys sports such as wrestling and football, and likes to play video games.
Elvis, 15, has an interest in insects and fly-fishing, and serves on his county’s Youth Advisory Board.
“I’m smart, I’m funny, I’m shy,” is how 13-year-old Dahsiyoni describes herself.
With games, a kissing booth and plenty of treats, the puppies, kittens, and bunnies who came out all seemed to agree that Super Adoption Day was a doggone good time.
Delco SPCA To Celebrate National Adopt-a-Shelter-Pet Day With Ceremony, Name Your Own Price Adoption Fees
National Adopt-a-Shelter-Pet Day is Wednesday, Apr. 30th, and the organizations says heart-shaped brass tags will be hung on a special “Remembrance Tree” planted on the shelter grounds on Earth Day.
Eight-year-old Desmond loves math and solving puzzles.
A diehard Eagles and Sixers fan, Tayron catches up on all the scores using his specialized laptop, which he operates using his voice.
What really gets this 13-year-old talking? Trains.
Eleven-year-old Marcelle has an active imagination. He loves mystery books and playing with Legos.
At 15, Jannean has a sense of extraordinary responsibility. She wants to go into the military and is already part of ROTC.
Last week we introduced you to 13-year-old Michael. Today, we’re meeting his younger brother, Jabriel.
Ruby can be quiet at first, but behind that shy exterior is a young girl bursting with talent.
This week’s fanfare over the adoption of two puppy brothers, one of them blind, serves as a small victory in a large fight which continues.