JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Two women have been charged with animal cruelty after police found multiple dead dogs in their hotel rooms.

Denise Jimenez, 40, and her 21-year-old daughter Seantey Jimenez were arrested after police followed up on a tip of animal neglect and cruelty at a Super 8 Hotel.

The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office responded to the hotel in the 8500 block of Youngerman Circle Friday where a manager let police into rooms 140 and 142, according to a police report from the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.

Once inside room 142, police allegedly found a red nosed American Pit-bull Terrier locked inside a bathroom. The dog was described in the report as severely emaciated and needed assistance to walk and stand. The bathroom was allegedly covered in animal waste and there was no food or water available for the dog.

During the check of room 140, police allegedly found three animal crates taped with garbage bags containing dead animals. Two live dogs were also found in the room, one was in a crate and another on a bed. The dog on the bed was described as, "so malnourished that it was unable to move and struggled to breathe," according to the report.

Animal Control also responded to the scene and claimed the dogs have a Purina scale of zero, which means they have no muscle mass. Animal Control is quoted in the report as stating, "this is the worst I have ever seen."

Denise allegedly told police the animals, several dogs and a cat, had been dead for several days and she did not know what to do with them. Denise said she had her daughters wrap the animals in plastic and place them in crates.

The women have been living in the Super 8 Hotel for two months, according to the report. The hotel owner claimed both rooms will need to be renovated at a cost of $10,000 per room due to the amount of feces, urine, flies and smell.

Denise's other daughter was also living in the rooms with her mother and Seantey, however due to her mental health history was not taken into custody.

Denise is currently housed in the Duval County Jail and is being held on $70,021 bond. Denise is facing six charges of cruelty to animals and criminal mischief. Denise's priors include two counts each of drug possession, engaging in prostitution and driving while her license was suspended.

Seantey is also currently housed in the Duval County Jail and is being held on $40,024 bond and is facing six charges of cruelty to animals and two counts of criminal mischief.

Both women are expected in court on November 25 at 9 a.m.