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Justin

Justin. (Source: heartgalleryalabama.com) Justin. (Source: heartgalleryalabama.com)

Justin, born November 2007, is a busy child who occupies his time with football, riding his bike, puzzles, coloring, and riding horses.

If Justin could plan a day all about him he would want to go skating and swimming. 

Justin states that his favorite subject is reading. He has the ability to make friends easily and does not give up once he sets his mind to do something.

Justin does best with one-on-one attention. 

Justin loves animals and dreams of owning a zoo one day!

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