PICTURED: Inside a disgusting trailer filled with faeces home where 17 guinea pigs and other small animals were left to die in squalor
- Shocking images emerged from a trailer where 17 animals were left to starve
- Human officers found carcasses of mainly guinea pigs in the Derry house
- They were kept in horrible conditions, surrounded by piles of waste and dirt
- Photos show the disgusting droppings of stained floors from the trailer near Pittsburgh
- Neighbors talked about the & # 39; nasty smell & # 39; those from the & # 39; terrible & # 39; mobile home came
- They said that Andrew Pevarnik once lived there with at least two dozen animals
- He is confronted with crime counts of aggravated cruelty to animals, according to human agents
- Authorities demolished the trailer after finding it unsuitable for human occupation
Shocking images have emerged of a mobile home in Derry, near Pittsburgh, where 17 animals were left behind to die of death and dirt.
Human officers found the cadavers – mainly guinea pigs – in a trailer that was later demolished after being considered uninhabitable to humans, KDKA reported.
& # 39; Trash was piled up with boxes to the ceiling & # 39 ;, neighbor Margaret Roble told the local station. & # 39; It really smelled. & # 39;
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Shocking photos show the condition of the trailer (pictured) before it was deemed unfit for human occupation and demolished. Pet cages are surrounded by trash and dirt. Seventeen animal carcasses were found inside by human officers
The disgusting images show the excrement of stained floors in the mobile home in Derry
Human agents and other local residents said that Andrew Pevarnik once lived in the house with at least two dozen animals
Human agents and other local residents told KDKA that Andrew Pevarnik once lived in the house with at least two dozen animals.
Photos show the horrible conditions in which the animals were kept, with trash around cages for small pets in the kitchen and the floors smeared with stools.
A photo shows a cat standing on a deck that is piled high with junk and garbage.
In addition to the guinea pigs and small pets that died inside, the apparent animal hunter also kept dogs and a goat in a van outside the trailer.
Some cats have managed to escape alive and are cared for by neighbors.
Pevarnik was a hermit who did not let other people into his house, the locals told KDKA.
& # 39; You never saw him there, & # 39; said neighbor Kelly White.
& # 39; He came in the middle of the night when everyone was asleep … It was dirty. It smelled dirty. You could hear dogs, you could hear animals … It was terrible. & # 39;
This photo shows the deck of the house full of trash. Neighbors told KDKA that there is a & # 39; nasty odor & # 39; came out of the trailer
Photos reveal the inside of the trailer where the floor is completely covered with dirt
The mobile home where Pevarnik is said to have hoarded animals. Neighbors said he also kept dogs and a goat in a van outside
Last Friday, a KDKA reporter found only the frame of the trailer that was left after dismantling.
Pevarnik is faced with more than a dozen crimes counts of aggravated cruelty to animals, said human officers.
This can mean considerable fines and imprisonment.
He is waiting for his preliminary hearing.
It is unknown where Pevarnik currently lives and under what circumstances he left the trailer and his pets behind.
A person claiming to be Pevarnik's neighbor said on Facebook that the man was & # 39; mentally challenged & # 39 ;.
& # 39; I and all other neighbors tried to tell him that he does not need every animal he encounters and he kept trying to say it wasn't him, & # 39; Jonathan Klapchar wrote.
& # 39; There were stray cats everywhere and he kept saying they were not his. However, he is mentally challenged, so I am sure they will make it easy for him, unfortunately, he added.
The dirty mobile home was declared unfit by humans for human occupation and demolished by authorities. It is shown partially dismantled on the left. The frame on the right is everything that now remains
Pevarnik, seen on a Facebook photo, faces more than a dozen crime counts of aggravated cruelty to animals
A person claiming to be Pevarnik's neighbor wrote on Facebook that there are & # 39; stray cats everywhere & # 39; goods
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