“It takes a very special kind of person, and nerve, to take on a foster child,” he says.
He will never again have to live with the Barahonas, who took him in as a foster child in 2004 and adopted him in 2009.
“The BND is a foster child of the USA,” historian Josef Foschepoth told the popular German news program Tagesschau.
“O Mother Wolf, you have spoken well, but we must see this foster child of yours,” he said.
The adopted country of each of these Italians gave more or less of its own impress to its foster child.
He haunts the precincts of the harem, if by chance he may catch a glimpse of his foster child.
"That is Mrs. Vireo, my mate, and her foster child," continued the speaker.
Another thing pleased and interested the doctor--it was Margaret Dornham's passionate love for her foster child.
Once more she slicked down the soft fur of her foster child and murmured gentle words of love.
She seemed to realize this, but she was determined to die in the defense of her foster child.