A Cordes Lakes woman was arrested Tuesday for animal cruelty after animal control officers found over 50 animals in her home. Yavapai County Sheriff’s deputies went to the home of 50-year-old Stacy Hembree on Sunday after they received information that her animals were overtaking the home and neglected. Sheriff’s Animal Control Officers called the conditions in the home “cruel, deplorable, horrifying, shocking and very disheartening.” Officials estimated there were 18 dogs, 20 cats, bunnies and guinea pigs. In the living room there were multiple cages and kennels taking up all the floor space, each filled with dogs and cats. The kennels were full of feces with the animals having no water or food. Hembree wasn’t home at the time of the search. She was taken into custody Tuesday at a local justice court where she was appearing on prior animal cruelty charges. It took several hours to catalog each animal and a total of 54 animals were transported to a local humane society for care. After all the animals were counted, there were 28 cats, 20 dogs, four guinea pigs and two rabbits.