A leading foster care provider has warned that Wales is on course for a fostering crisis.
Action for Children says there's already a shortage of carers here - and the problem's getting worse, because many potential carers don't think that they're eligible to foster.
Its research found that half of people in Wales wrongly think those over the age of 55 can't foster.
36 percent think you can't do it if you live in rented accommodation - and 12 percent believe men can't be the main carer.
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