Neighborhood’s battle over feral cats headed for trial (DE)

Chancery Court on Thursday opted not to find in favor of a homeowners association attempting to stop a property owner from housing feral cats in an outside building.  The Quail Village Homeowners Association is suing Janice Rossell. She earlier testified she’s had as many as 40 cats on her property at 742 Raven Circle and recently had 28 domesticated and feral felines staying there.  In a 15-page decision, Master of Chancery Kim Ayvazian dismissed the association’s request for a summary judgment and recommended the matter for trial.      Read the article…………..


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