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Owners lose home, and pets suffer, too

At the Animal Rescue League of Boston, Patches, a chihuahua, was surrendered on Thursday by its owner, who faces home foreclosure. At the Animal Rescue League of Boston, Patches, a chihuahua, was surrendered on Thursday by its owner, who faces home foreclosure. (DAVID L. RYAN/ GLOBE STAFF)
By Sarah Schweitzer
Globe Staff / January 26, 2008

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The wreckage of the subprime mortgage crisis has caused human pain far and wide, but its victims also include a band of seven gentle, woolly-coated huskies. (Full article: 865 words)

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