I have some late-teen/early-twenties characters in Seattle, living right on the edge of homelessness, and they've all kind of bonded around a joint veterinary clinic/social assistance facility. (The idea is that hard-to-reach homeless people will come to the facility to get low-cost help for their pets and then also get some help for themselves). Not really looking for input on that facility, but... I want some sort of threat to the facility, one that clarifies some of the rich vs. poor themes of the story. The characters will bond together to protest/fight back against this threat. I want readers to sympathize with the kids, but I also want things to be fairly realistic, so the "villains" can't be too over-the-top villainous. Like, they can't be planning to bulldoze the facility just to make coats out of the fur of the animals or anything. At the same time, I'd like the young characters to have more to complain about than just "the landlord has chosen to not renew the lease." Something shady or unethical but not quite illegal. Something they could use to rally popular outrage and support for their cause, but not something they could report to the police. I'd be fine with something that was probably illegal but that would take an expensive, long, and risky court case to prove was illegal. Any ideas? Any anecdotes from local news in your area? Anything?