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‘They love me and my brother,’ Brothers looking for loving, Christian family

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OKLAHOMA CITY - These two brothers love giving each other a hard time.

"He snores,” 10-year-old D'Fabio said.

“I snore?" 13-year-old Branquez asked. “I think he's reversing it. I don't snore."

The brothers love food, music and the outdoors.

Branquez also loves riding horses and has even competed at the rodeo.

"When I was three, I rode my first horse. I was scared for a couple of minutes, but then when the horse took off, I was like, 'Oh I like this," he said.

That is why he says he wants to be a cowboy.

Branquez says he is looking for parents with the same passion.

"A person who works with horses," Branquez said.

He also prays for something else.

"A loving Christian family that loves God, and if they love God, they love me and my brother and that goes places and takes us places."

He says he would love parents who would take him to play laser tag, to the movies and take him to the zoo.

D'Fabio says he wants to be a football player when he grows up and would love parents who are football fans.

"I want a nice family that likes NFL Dallas Cowboys,” D’Fabio said.

The brothers have been in foster care for six years.

Now, at a very crucial time in these young men's development, they are ready to find a family.

The would love to have brothers and sisters.

While these boys love reading and math, their biggest strength is making people laugh.

For more information on how you can adopt Branquez and D'Fabio, please call (405)522-4176.

The process is completely free and includes training and background checks.

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