Authorities in Nevada were investigating a possible suit of animal brutality Wednesday after the reporting of exotic animals living in unacceptable conditions.
Nye County sheriffs deputies and Nevada Division of Wildlife officers converged on a home in Pahrump and discovered several lions, tigers and an illegal species of fox at the house, according to Fox 5 Vegas.
Officials procured animals locked in bedrooms with urine and feces on the walls and floors. Deputies also detected a Canadian Siberian lynx, which doesnt require a permit in Nye County, and a Fennec fox, which is a violation of state code to have.
Authorities said in total they discovered 15 animals in total: 8 Canadian Siberian lynx hybrid cats, 2 African lionesses, an African lion, a Bengal tiger, a black panther, a Fennec fox and a cervel caracal hybrid cat.