Meet Jasmine– Animal lover dreams of future as a veterinarian

Posted 12/7/22

Fifteen-year-old Jasmine is a hardworking teen with a heart of gold. A lover of all animals, she hopes to one day become a veterinarian.

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Meet Jasmine– Animal lover dreams of future as a veterinarian

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Fifteen-year-old Jasmine is a hardworking teen with a heart of gold. A lover of all animals, she hopes to one day become a veterinarian.

For now, Jasmine enjoys high school, especially her time as the principal’s assistant. She doesn’t have a favorite class and says she likes all her teachers because they are all nice to her.

After school, you can find Jasmine watching her favorite movie The Greatest Showman, hula hooping, eating pizza, or drinking a nice cold glass of root beer.

Jasmine is very social and enjoys trying new things. She hopes to one day visit DIsneyland with her very own forever family.

Jasmine says she wants her future family to know she has a lot of love and optimism to give. She has an incredible future ahead of her and can reach her full potential with a supportive, patient family. Jasmine isn’t too picky on what her forever family looks like, but she says she would love to have a dog!~

For more information on children in foster care eligible for adoption, call Aid to Adoption of Special Kids at 602.930.4900, or visit www.aask-az.org.