Sociology and genealogy might mean a lot to others, but the only “ology” that intrigues Tyler involves animals. You guessed it, zoology, and he wants to become a zoologist. Go figure, right? Tyler loves animals and says “big, fluffy dogs” are his favorite, but truth be told, Tyler loves all critters, and if he can’t study animals for a living, Tyler wants to teach them by becoming an animal trainer. Tyler has two dream destinations and both involve animals – he wants to go to Sea Word, and he wants to visit a zoo “to see all the animals.” Tyler has another passion. He loves Legos and builds things with them after school, on weekends and when spending time with friends. Tyler loves reading the Guinness Book of World Records and passing along the information he learns from it to others. Tyler loves munching on chocolate cookies, watching TV and playing video games on the Xbox. If Tyler’s wishes came true, he’d retire and have enough money to make his new forever family worry-free and enough time to enjoy each other’s company.
“Tyler is a friendly and outgoing boy with a nice smile and a pleasant personality,” says a person close to him. “He has a strong sense of humor.” Tyler benefits from assistance at times and responds best to guidance.
Tyler would benefit from having a two-parent forever family, but a single parent could be considered. He needs a parent or parents who are experienced and trauma informed. Tyler would do best as the youngest or only child in his new forever family. He requires a family dedicated to making sure he receives the services that will help him function at his best. Tyler loves animals and wishes for a family who has a dog.