How Wall Street Kicks L.A. Pets Out of Their Homes
Unlike some on Wall Street — or the regulators tasked with watching over them — Ike and Tina never saw it coming. They didn’t see the debt piling up, the warning letters arriving in the mail or the bank account hemorrhaging. Maybe they felt the tension growing in the air, read the expression on their owners’ faces, heard the edge in their voices. But by then it was too late.
One minute the brother-and-sister cocker spaniels were enjoying a comfortable existence in a three-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath home, and the next they were staring out through the chain-link of their 5-by-15-foot kennel at the Carson Animal Shelter.
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