“There was an oblong-shaped ditch filled with bag upon bag upon bag of the remains of dead animals,” Pena wrote. “There were the remains of pigs that had been dragged out on a tarp or blanket and dumped in the hole. We saw skulls and bones of large pigs, medium-sized pigs, goats of various ages, cats, dogs, birds/waterfowl and rabbits. There were small bags inside of larger garbage bags as well as bags that contained multiple species of animals. We saw various states of decomposition. There were layers of animals, and after about an hour of ripping through bags with my hands, I couldn’t do anymore. I know that I have never thrown any of the animals I have ever loved in a ditch like they were trash,” Pena said.