“There were several cats running about the house, dirty dishes piled up on the counters and several cat litter boxes full of cat feces and urine were sitting under the kitchen sink in the open, because the cabinet doors had been ripped off,” a deputy said in the report.
The food in the refrigerator was “old and nasty,” and deputies found soiled clothes and dirty carpets throughout the home. An open container on the living room floor was full of prescription medications, and any of the children or cats could have accessed them, according to the report.
The Carrs were arrested “due to the filthy, unsanitary conditions of the residence and the children,” officials said. Authorities were called to take possession of the animals, which included six dogs, four to five cats and a rabbit.
The case was also referred to the Georgia Division of Family and Children Services.
— Staff writer Zachary Hansen contributed to this article.
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