Former 'cat house' in Corner Brook demolished

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    A derelict house in Corner Brook that was once home to about 200 cats was demolished on Thursday.

    Neighbours stood on their patios, and some even climbed onto their rooftops to watch the so-called ‘cat house’ at 6 McWhirter’s Lane crumble to the ground.

    The city of Corner Brook was given permission to tear down the house in May, a year after a large number of cats escaped from the residence.

    Police, animal control officers and the SPCA had to eventually round up and remove the animals from the area.

    A small shed on the property, deemed to be an immediate health risk, was demolished by environmental consultants a year ago.

    Neighbours Keith and Doris Cormier had ongoing correspondence with city officials about the cat-hoarding problem since 2008.

    Read more: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/newfoundland-labrador/story/2013/06/27/nl-cat-house-demolished-2013-06-27.html

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