"Some of them were living in their own feces," Gary Rogers of the Nassau County SPCA said at a press conference earlier today. "There was a lack of wholesome, fresh sanitary air. It's a condition you wouldn't want to live in and we have a responsibility not to leave the animals there either."
And it wasn't the first time authorities visited this address. In fact, the house had been raided less than a year earlier. And the details of that raid bear an uncanny resemblance to this one.