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Kim's Kids: Music lover Kahir wants a Big Brother interested in video games

Kahir is a music lover looking for a Big Brother.  (Source: WAFF) Kahir is a music lover looking for a Big Brother. (Source: WAFF)
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

Zahir is an 8-year-old natural born leader. He likes to play games and is really good with technology.

"I like playing my tablet a lot, and I really like going places, traveling which we do a lot," said Zahir.

The second grader likes tennis, reading, rollerblading and hiking. He also loves museums.

"Any art museum. I love art. I want to be an architect when I grow up," said Zahir.

Zahir loves his sister and his mother, who says her son is a musical genius when it comes to playing the piano.

Zahir's mother said her son has never had a male role model in his life and that his father was killed when she was pregnant with him. So it is important to her that he has a strong male to look up to.

Zahir wants a big brother to experience new things with and to make new memories.

"We could play video games, watch television, and eat," explained Zahir.

Could you be the Big Brother he's looking for?

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