First they were stolen from their parents. Then they were brainwashed while bouncing through the system. Then they are prettied up for the cameras and used in a marketing campaign for CPS.
Five Kansas siblings looking for an adoptive family have set off a burst of interest never before seen at the website promoting the childrens’ desire to stay together.
“This is a viral response ... and it’s pretty insane,” said Corey Lada of the Kansas Children’s Service League, which contracts with the state to run AdoptKSKids.org. “In 13-plus years of working here I’ve seen nothing like this. Nothing."