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Finding an apartment in Los Angeles that permits pets is not as easy as it sounds. With so many "no pets allowed" signs, it can be a challenge finding an ideal living environment with people who share a love for furry animals.
Nick Hardcastle visits one North Hollywood apartment that has become a sort of haven for pets and tenants. Owner Judy Guth not only permits pets in the vicinity, but makes it a requirement.
For nearly 40 years, Guth has opened up the doors to her apartment complex with the hopes of creating a welcoming place for both pets and tenants.
"I don't like people who are advertising apartments for rent and saying 'no pets.' So I came up with the idea, you must have a pet in this building," explained Guth. In order to live in her building, you have to have own one or two dogs, or three or four indoor cats.
Nick Hardcastle interviews happy tenants and the owner of this pet-friendly apartment complex to see if there's any vacancy for him.