Richardson said she doesn't have a new place to take all of her animals, and with her departure deadline looming, she worries that the animals will be put down.
Animal control officials said it's unlikely that there are enough local animal organizations to save every animal in her care.
"It would basically destroy me,” Richardson said. “You might as well just euthanize me, because these animals have always been my life.”
Among the animals are wild hogs, miniature horses, donkeys, turkey, roosters, pigeons, opossums and raccoons.
"(I have) goats and chickens and ducks and 28 cats and seven dogs, and anything that wanders in here and finds a home. So it's kind of hard to say what all I really have,” Richardson said.
Volusia County Animal Control said most of the animals appear to be in good health, with the exception of two miniature horses whose ribs are showing.
Richardson hopes someone can take them all in temporarily until she finds a new home.
"It's like a dark cloud settling over you, and you cease to be able to function. The animals are relying on me,” Richardson. “So I have to be able to keep going forward and staying positive.”
An animal control spokesman said that if the animals are still on the property on Tuesday, Richardson could face neglect and abandonment charges.