Jesse wants to find country family on a farm
RICHMOND, Va. — Jesse is a sweet boy who is very energetic and interactive.
He enjoys horseback riding, fishing, riding bikes, and many other outside adventurous activities.
Jesse also loves to build things with Legos, play basketball, read books, and draw.
When he grows up, Jesse would like to be a police officer. This little boy loves to be a helper and would appreciate the opportunity to help his mom and dad with outdoor chores. Currently, he lives in an environment with horses and he helps to take care of them. Jesse likes to ride and care for his favorite horse, “Baby.”
He feels connected with farm life and dreams of having a bull and a trailer to haul it in.
Structure is important in Jesse’s life and he does best when daily routines are set and followed.
Jesse would thrive in a home with a mom and dad who can devote time to build a relationship with him.
He would benefit from a two parent home without siblings.
Are you a family that lives in the country, possibly on a farm that has a spot in your family just waiting on an eager young farm enthusiast? If so, Jesse might have found his forever home!
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