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We’re family finding for Archie…

One year old Archie is an absolute delight. As soon as he sees you he will greet you with a great big smile and a twinkle in his gorgeous blue eyes. He has a happy disposition and is very playful, loving nothing better than being held, tickled and cuddled. He’s very good at interacting and engaging with others and will come to you for a hug or to play.

Archie is a curious little boy who really enjoys exploring. He’s rolling on his back and kneeling and getting himself ready to call. He can also stand with your help.

His foster carers say that he is “an absolute delight to care for with such a sweet and loving personality.”

To find out more, contact Family Adoption Links Leicestershire.

Please note that Archie is a pseudonyms and whilst the image is representative it is not of the him to protect his identity.

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