The mother charged with neglect of her kids after authorities say they were found living in filthy conditions, if out of jail.
20 year old Rachel Ceaser, who was taken away in handcuffs Thursday after her two toddlers were taken away by the department of social services and dogs by animal control, was released on four thousand dollars bond.
The deplorable living conditions were discovered when a woman who put puppies up for adoption went to check on her dogs after she was told they had died.
Animal Control is still investigating for animal cruelty charges
An Onslow County mother was taken away in handcuffs Thursday after authorities found her two toddlers living in dog feces and trash.
Deputies say Rachel Ceaser was going to be charged with child neglect. Earlier the 20-year-old woman's two children were taken away by the Department of Social Services.
Seven dogs, a hamster and other family pets were taken from the Hunting Green Drive home Friday afternoon by animal control officers.
A local animal rescue group say it alerted authorities after two foster puppies died in the home because of the heat. They say Ceaser told them the electricity had been turned off in the home.
See more on this story tonight on WITN News at 6.
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