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While the prospect of losing ones home to foreclosure usually means packing up your dreams and uprooting the family, imagine if that family included dozens of rescued dogs and cats. That’s the challenge facing Robin Hood Animal Rescue. Over the past two years, the non-profit, all-volunteer rescue group’s founder, Bob Spangler, 51, and administrator/chief foster mom, Shellie Denne, 54, have both fallen on hard times and have lost their jobs and homes.
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