Two sisters and their bedridden great-grandmother were removed from what police described as a filth-ridden home after being abandoned by their mother for a weekend getaway to an Orlando theme park.
Authorities were alerted to the Port Charlotte home's deplorable and unsafe conditions on Sunday when the 10-year-old knocked on a neighbor's door saying she was hungry.
Entering the home police described it filled with flies, rotting and moldy food, piled trash bags and dog feces scattering the floor with signs of having been walked through.
The youngest three-year-old girl was described by officers as filthy, wearing oversized clothing and running around barefoot in the home's waste.
In the master bedroom 'littered with piles of dirty clothes and old food containers,' they reported finding the 87-year-old great-grandmother, bedridden and smelling of urine.
'Deputies learned she had fallen four days before, urinated in her bed and was very confused,' police said in a release.
The woman was taken to Fawcett Memorial Hospital where detectives were told she 'had dried feces and dirt on the bottom of her feet.
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