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Two women made the news due to their weird, strange and waayy overdone obsession to hundreds of animals. Private animal autopsy and deep frozen dogs.

A woman with 17 dogs in her home two of them dead in a freezer was taken for mental health evaluation. The 51-year-old woman told the police that she froze the two dogs after they died because she could not bear to part with them.

The woman also allegedly said she had performed an at-home autopsy on one of the frozen dogs to determine how the animal had died, hoping she could prolong the lives of her other dogs.

"She has no malice whatsoever. She loves these animals. She thinks they are like her children," Police reported. Deputies said the stench of trash and dog feces in the home was overwhelming.

"When the deputies arrived, the smell about knocked them out. They couldn't even go into the house."

Thirteen surviving dogs were taken to an animal control facility. Two others ran away.

A friend of the woman telephoned deputies after phone calls to the woman went unanswered for a few days. The woman, whose name wasn't released, was taken to a Regional Medical Center Behavioral Health Unit for evaluation.

Woman With More Than 100 Animals Arrested

A woman was arrested after authorities found more than 100 live dogs, cats, birds, goats and a duck in her small, 3-bedroom house.

Officials say they also found 13 dead dogs wrapped in towels in a freezer and refrigerator in Cynthia Walsh's kitchen.

Walsh (56),was arrested for investigation of animal cruelty after sheriff's deputies and animal services officers went to her home based on an anonymous complaint. She was released on $6,010 bail.

Animal Services manager Eric Anderson described the conditions in the house as "defying anything imaginable." Deputies who entered the house wore hazardous-material suits and oxygen masks

"Even through the mask, the smell was horrific, the carpet was totally black and worn down it looked like a Brillo pad. It was bad." Deputies spent 10 hours collecting the animals, which were taken to the county animal shelter.

Officials said they did not know where Walsh got the animals or how long she had been keeping them. None had been adopted from Animal Services in recent years. The dogs did not appear to be malnourished but officials would have to examine them to determine their medical conditions.

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