The signs on this Neptune Beach home help explain why the owner was behind bars -- accused of animal cruelty. It's been 3 months since dozens of cats have been removed from this unsafe and unsanitary shelter. 3 Good evening. Neighbors in that area tell Channel 4 they're glad something was done. About 30-cats were removed from the home back in July...And now the homeowner is facing criminal charges. 70-year-old Edith Alcorn has been charged with animal cruelty. We've also learning this evening that she has been released on a 20- thousand-dollar bond. Channel 4's Elizabeth Campbell spoke to people who live near Alcorn and joins us now live from her condemned house. Elizabeth? 3 3 3 The cats are gone, the house is condemned, but you can still tell that the elderly woman who used to live here has an obsession with cats. You can see cat signs and statues here in the front yard. More than 30 cats were removed in July and the 70-year-old was arrested Friday -- neighbors say it's about time. 00-0632-40 SOT - 2405 its kind of different and shocking to open your front door open your window and see 5, 6 cop cars out here we never really seem to have a problem TRACK - Adam Misiszek lives across the street from the house where 70-year-old Edith Alcorn lived with more than 30 cats -- in what police say were filthy and unsanitary conditions.She was arrested Friday and released on $20,000 bond. She's charged with cruelty to animals after failing to provide the cats with sufficient food and water. Misiszek says this whole ordeal has been a shock to the whole neighborhood.SOT - 2154 we didn't know much about it we have 3 dogs ourselves me and my 3 roommates so we of course love animals take good care of animals so it ' s shocking to hear something like that that someone can live in a house with animals not being taken care of TRACK - Alcorn's arrest stemmed from the July removal of more than 30 cats from her home. Police made a welfare check on the 70- year-old and say they found the disturbing living conditions -- feces everywhere, no air conditioning and dozens of malnourished, sick cats. The cats were taken to various shelters around the city where most of them have fully recovered and are up for adoption. Misiszek says he's glad the cats are okay and hopes everything works out for Alcorn.SOT - 2209 she seemed to have it a little out of control with that many animals in one house and you want the safety of the animals first and obviously the safety of her and others that were in the house im sure it wasn't very good Neighbors told me Alcorn had these cats for years and that in the summer time the smell was horrible.One neighbor told me she comes by every now and then but they think she is currently staying in a hotel. I left Alcorn a voicemail but never heard back from her. Elizabeth.. how do the people who live around Mrs. Alcorn describe her, have they ever talked to her or suspected something like this?