A Minnesota woman pleaded guilty on Friday after more than 100 animals — including 64 dead ones — were found on her property.
Bregel ran the nonprofit "Minnesota Animal Rescue" in Farmington, Fox 9 reported.
When investigators used a search warrant to search the home, they said they discovered 43 cats, 64 dead cats, a guinea pig and five dogs.
They found numerous cats and dogs in poor health and said an "overpowering smell of urine and feces" was detected on the property.
Dead cats were found in shallow graves across the backyard, in freezers and refrigerators, and in the garage.