By Larry Kane
Produced by Timothy McLaughlin

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Adora has an artistic eye.

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“I see paintings and drawing on Google and I like to print it out and try to draw it.”

She brought one of her paintings with her to the CBS Broadcast Center:

“It’s like a person with an afro. But she has green hair.”

She wants to turn her interest in art and fashion into a career some day. And she’d like to share her creative skills with a forever family:

“They might take me to art school one day. And then if they already know how to do art really well, then they could teach me things that I don’t already know.”

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Her social worker, Vanessa Smith-King, says anyone would be lucky to have Adora as part of their family:

“She’s energetic. She loves to party. She’s the life of the party. Her friends love her. They are like really rooting for her to have her family.”

For more information about adopting Adora or any other child, go to the National Adoption Center’s  web site,, or call 215-735-9988.

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