In Parma, Ohio, hundreds of animals were discovered in living in deplorable conditions with an unnamed female homeowner (video below).
Parma Animal Control Officer Julie Kocik went to the house following up on a phone call complaint about the house on Friday.
Inside the small house, she found 33 dogs, six cats, some 200 birds, and several bunnies, reports Fox 8 News.
The dogs and puppies were removed immediately and taken to the Parma Animal Shelter on State Road, where they are being treated for fleas and other curable skin conditions.
Officer Kocik said: “[The homeowner] can only go to her house to clean it and for the birds. She said she’d get rid of them tomorrow. I’m hoping they don’t go back to her, and when we do go to court, I’m going to request that she can only have five animals."
The woman was cited for numerous violations.