House of horrors: 44 dogs found in freezers and another 130 were living in their waste

65-year-old Donna Roberts of Chamanga (NJ) is facing allegations of animal cruelty after police found the bodies of 44 dogs in plastic bags in freezers and another 130 dogs living in their own excrement.

According to police, the smell of feces and ammonia in housing was so pungent that several officers began vomiting and dizziness when they went inside.

As a result of the inspection of the house, law enforcement officials found 130 alive and 44 dead dogs. Animal carcasses were Packed in polyethylene bags and stored in freezers around the house.

***UPDATE***At this time, 161 living dogs have been recovered. The investigation is ongoing. No further information…

Posted by New Jersey State Police on Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Four animals were in a critical condition and had to be taken to the emergency care clinic. The shelter staff provide the necessary assistance and other dogs.

«Despite the fact that the circumstances connected with the death of the 44 dogs that were discovered inside plastic bags in a freezer, are under investigation, it is tragic that the rescued dogs were forced to endure such disgusting and inhumane living conditions,» said the Colonel of state police Patrick Callahan.

@NJSP New Jersey State Police Charge a 65-year-old Donna Roberts with Animal Cruelty. They found 44 Deceased Dogs in her home that were packaged in plastic bags and stored in freezers. 130 Additional Dogs were found Living in Inhumane Conditions. @6abc

— Gray Hall (@GrayHall6abc) November 14, 2018

In an interview with the NY Post, Roberts said the puppies were stillborn, and she forgot about them after I put them in bags, so keep them in the freezer for seven years.

«I forgot about them, they were in the basement, said Roberts, adding that the deal sucked from the finger. — They were in the freezer. That’s what breeders do when dogs die.»

According to the defendant, she and her lover were going to send the bodies to a vet in Alabama that he had opened, but soon this «just slipped her mind». Roberts also said that her partner died last year from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (Lou Gehrig’s disease).

The woman intends to insist on his innocence. «I didn’t do anything wrong,» she said.

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