“You just don’t need to be alone,” Brothers searching for a home that will keep them together

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OKLAHOMA CITY - A pair of brothers said the only time they were separated was the most difficult time in their lives.

Matthew and Terry are extremely close and are searching for a home where they can be part of the family.

Right now, the pair are staying in a foster home on a ranch.

"I ride horses, feed pigs, feed chickens, feed rabbits, baby chicks, cow," 14-year-old Matthew said.

"Basically, all of the farm animals we have, we feed," Terry said.

Right now, Matthew is preparing for high school next year, while 16-year-old Terry is focused on finding a job.

"Just whatever will make a little cash to buy a car," Terry said.

The boys said they aren't picky about their future family but just want something stable.

Matthew said they've already moved to 14 different homes.

"I think the biggest challenge I had was when me and my brother got separated in different homes. That was a hard struggle."

They hope a loving family will adopt them together.

"Everyone needs parents like someone to look up to, to help them out. You just don't need to be alone," Terry said.

If you want to adopt Terry and Matthew, call 405-767-2955.

Visit www.okdhs.org for more information on adopting a child.

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