He quickly became part of the family.'We had a little dog called Sparkie and he loved playing with him.
We also went on trips to the seaside and he loved seeing new places.'It was great having them to stay and they were happy kids.'Mr Patel and Mrs Wilde were inseparable for the five years they spent together, until the heart-breaking news came that he had to go home.
She took him in but later gave him to her mother to look after.
Mrs Wilde and Mr Patel were thick as thieves for five years, until he was told he had to go home She said: 'The picture was put online and I got a message on my i Pad asking 'are you Ida Moreland?
Mrs Wilde, of Irvine on Scotland's west coast, told the Daily Record: 'We were heartbroken when he left.
'For five years we had been brought up as brother and sister and it was sad to lose him.'We kept in touch for a while but we moved around and so did his family. After he found her in a family wedding photo online, Mr Patel, 78, (pictured) sent his long-lost adopted sister a message on Facebook and the pair were reunited in August.
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A teenage girl died a day before her 15th birthday as police probe claims she may have taken drugs before her death.
Zoe Bremner was with friends in the early hours of Sunday morning in a flat near the centre of Glasgow at the time. Her two friends, both 15, were taken to hospital where they remain.
' which was my maiden name.'It was great to hear from him and I was surprised by how much he remembered.'He asked if I remembered us all going to Ayr on holiday and away to Tighnabruaich.
It was like we'd never been apart.'It wasn't strange or awkward and we chatted away like two old pals.