Her friends call her “Tiffers.” And you might bump into her reading a good book .
She especially likes the Emily Windsnap series of children’s novels.
“I like to read books like mysteries, fairy tales. I like reading because I can get deep into the book – like an adventure,” she said.
She also likes music – especially Christian and Country.
“I would describe myself as nice, caring, funny,” said Tiffany.
The 17-year-old is one of those kids who’s always nice to others.
She enjoys going on bike rides and walks and being in the outdoors.
She’s also a big animal lover.
“When I grow up, I want to be a veterinarian and work with animals. What made me want to become a veterinarian is when I found out that cats were dogs were being abused, and it hurt my feelings,” she explained.
In school, science and social studies are her favorite subjects.
“I like social studies because I‘m a hard worker in that class, and I earned a B for the first time,” she said.
As for adoption, she’s ready.
She’s been waiting for a forever family since October of 2011.
“I want to go out to eat sometimes and want to hang out with [Mom], bake cookies and have baking day and have craft day and have fun with her,” she explained.
“My interest is to have just a good family that loves me and appreciates me,” she added.
“I really want to be adopted because it feels like a lot of people in my past have abused me and don’t really like me. So, I’d really appreciate it if a good family would adopt me.”
Help Tiffany find a forever family. Call MARE, the Michigan Adoption Resource Exchange at 800-589-MARE (6273).