Severly Disabled Woman And Service Animal Face Pending Eviction

Nicole A Rodovsky, a woman suffering from multiple complications from Spina Bifida and her service animal will be evicted from her apartment dwelling, forcing her to become homeless.
Oct. 23, 2009 - PRLog -- Pullman, WA   Nicole A. Rodovsky and her service animal are soon to be evicted from their apartment dwelling. When you first meet Nicole, you notice her scooter and a white cat that serves as her service animal. You also notice she is much shorter than average, caused by her severe condition, Spina Bifida. Shortly thereafter, you are soon enamored by her warm smile and fun personality. These days, she's not so happy and worried about becoming homeless.
"I don't want to see my Diamond (her cat) go hungry," she says, qnuqu with a tear in her eye.
Although she worries for her cat, that's the least of her concerns. Nicole's medical needs only start with Spina Bifida, she has a whole host of other medical complications relating to her existing condition. Being on the street would complicate her medical issues drastically, and possibly even threaten her life.
Nicole has been a part of section 8 housing, and recently lost her status, due to late paperwork. Because of the influx of people appyling for section 8, what Nicole desperately needs, has been put on hold for her.
Her landlord has given her an extention till November 3rd for payment.

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