More than 100 dogs and cats were rescued Thursday night from what crews are calling a typical puppy mill.

The animals were seized from a home in Wayne County, KY, and a shelter has been set up in Lebanon for them.

Crews say they were living in deplorable conditions.

"All animals lacked adequate living conditions, socialization and veterinary care," according to a news release from The Animal Rescue Corps.

The Animal Rescue Corps says they are now taking care of 122 dogs, four cats and two parrots.

Volunteers will be on hand throughout the weekend to care for the animals and give them the attention they need.

Scotlund Haisley, president of Animal Rescue Corps, says the owner of the home was arrested and has been charged with animal cruelty.

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