HENRY COUNTY, Tenn. — An animal abuse case in Henry County has law enforcement saying it’s one of the worst they’ve ever seen.
When Henry County sheriff deputies raided a trailer, they soon realized they had found something big on their hands: over 700 animals living in bad conditions.
“They were living in terrible conditions. They were dehydrated, they had skin conditions,” said Sheriff Monte Belew.
The list includes dogs, cats, mice, chickens, and more — most of which were in cages outside the trailer. But the inside of the trailer was no different.
“I’m going to say 15 to 20 dogs running loose, there’s feces on the floor, thousands of cockroaches,” Sheriff Belew said.
While at the scene,