Downtown L.A. Apartment Building Starts Enforcing ‘No Pets Allowed’ Rule After Previously Allowing Animals

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The tenants in one downtown Los Angeles apartment building, many of them low-income and disabled, were told to get rid of their pets or face possible eviction after a previous property manager gave them permission to keep the animals in the building despite a rule saying pets aren't allowed, they told KTLA.

Kacey Montoya reports for the KTLA 5 News at 10 on November 17, 2017.