PHOENIX (KSAZ) -- It's video just released from the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office of a hoarder's home near Wittmann.
They went out after reports a woman was living with dozens of cats in disgusting conditions and it's not the first time they've been out to the home.
MCSO deputies wearing haz-mat suits are seen making their way to the front door of the home, the messy conditions outside are just a preview of the deplorable conditions inside.
When they opened the door, the first of many cats spring from the sink and a scan of the kitchen showed feces all over the floors and walls, with more cats scurrying around.
A close up of one cat showed that the animals weren't just dirty, but injured as well. One of them was dealing with an injury to one of his eyes.
The situation only got more disturbing in the next room. More cats everywhere you look there are several cages and a bed in the middle of the room.
The woman living in the home sleeping in the middle of the squalor.
While some of the cats run and hide, some are friendly and come right up to the deputies.
It seems like everything you look cats are either resting or popping out from a corner running away. Hard to imagine anyone living in these conditions.
Another room revealed this person was hoarding more than just animals, look at all the clothes and who knows what else in piles.
More than 50 feral cats were removed from the home during this raid, in total 208 have been removed in the past five years.
That woman is now facing charges for animal cruelty.