- A kindhearted American couple adopted two sick twin girls in India
- They have a heart disease and anemia
- The country has a new adoption system which runs faster than before
A couple from the U.S. went to India to adopt 9-month-old twin girls who suffering from a rare heart condition.
This selfless act of deep love will give these babies a new lease on life, way beyond any other expectations they could have ever gotten.
The two baby girls were adopted from an orphanage in Nashik by Christopher and Tara Heitger. They have always been very fond of Indian culture, and this made them take their final decision to try to give a child –or children in this case– from this country a home.
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The adoption was made possible through the Indian Central Adoption Resource Authority (CARA), which manages the country’s adoptions, and supervises that all the children get to the right hands, nationally and internationally.
They presently have an online system that helped the Heitgers run a faster adoption, which only took nine months.
The twins have what is called Atrial Septal Defect (ASD) in their hearts, and also suffer from sickle cell anemia.
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