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A mother and four teenage daughters who lost their Citrus Heights home to what they claim was a wrongful foreclosure auction now have until July 31 to find a new house.

Donors want to help Cindy Amrine.

Teagan Sherr and her sisters have boxed up family mementos as they prepare to be homeless. A bank worker reportedly will offer some cash for the keys to the house.

Cindy Amrine’s daughters play with the family’s two dogs , which face an uncertain fate when Bank of America ousts the family from its Citrus Heights home. Four cats are also part of the household. Foreclosure was postponed once while a short sale was pursued.

Lauren Amrine, left, wipes away tears while telling how her part-time job helps pay family bills. She’s joined by sisters, from left, Teagan Sherr; Kristin Sherr, at rear; and Megan Amrine. Bank of America foreclosed while backing a short sale. …read more

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