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Photos of the Day: Rhonda Bernard is a lot worse housekeeper than you are

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Think you're a little messy? Well, judging by this photo, you're Martha Stewart compared to Fremont County's Rhonda Bernard, 57, who reportedly was sharing her home with 26 cats, 23 chihuahuas, two chinchillas and a ten-year-old son -- hence, her arrest on 52 animal-cruelty charges and one count of child abuse after Hazmat-clad authorities raided her home. Look below to see Fremont County Sheriff's Office photo of the chihuahuas, who are now at a local humane society, plus shots of a chinchilla and Ms. Bernard, who won't be giving Martha Stewart a run for her money anytime soon.

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