VIDEO: Two dogs, no home

Kent Molgat | July 10, 2018 in Video

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Faye says she had a good life in Salmo.  But a stretch of bad luck changed everything.  Now she sits on the sidewalk with her dogs, Boo and Bear.

She's homeless and admits having two dogs makes her prospects even dimmer.

How did she get here?  Have a watch.

Faye is one of about 80 people staying at the Cornerstone shelter on Leon Avenue in Kelowna.

The facility allows people like Faye to stay with their pets.  She has a daughter who is also staying at Cornerstone and also has a dog.

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