Young teen with a love for the country wants a place to call home

OKLAHOMA CITY - Kenneth loves getting outside to play sports like basketball and baseball. And, because of his love for the outdoors, he hopes to one day be adopted by a family that lives in the country.

"Drive a four-wheeler by myself,” he said.

The 13-year-old would also like to experience new adventures with an older brother, a father and a mother.

"'Cause I get to go hunting, I get to get a driver's license easier," he said. "I get to do a lot more stuff than I do when I'm in foster care."

Kenneth lives at a shelter right now with other boys - just one of the many places he's stayed over the years. He went into DHS custody nine years ago at the age of four - just a little boy at the time, facing an uncertain future, so he'd love some stability in his life.

"A young family that does not bounce around a lot," he told News 4.

Kenneth said he would also like to find a family who also goes to church, a support system who will help him grow into a successful adult and, most importantly, a young man just looking for a place to call home.

For more information on adopting Kenneth, call Tom Peterson at 405-325-9398 and tell him you saw Kenneth on this segment.

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'A Place To Call Home' is sponsored by Great Plains Bank.

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