Octomom's 14 children will not be taken away from her because she is a fine mother and doing an exemplary job ... according to Nadya Suleman herself.
The Orange County Department of Children and Family Services came to her house on Thursday to investigate claims of her children living in putrid squalor.
According to Octo, they gave her a "clean bill of health."
Three DCFS workers showed up at Nadya Suleman's Orange County home, and she says they gave her a rave review ... despite the shocking living conditions.
Octo told TMZ, "[DCFS] said it's a very suitable environment for these children."
Even crazier, Octo claims DCFS workers were actually impressed with her parenting skills, saying "They can't even believe that I can do what I've been doing."
You know, we could say the same, though in an entirely different context.
Is this woman delusional? They couldn't possibly have said that, right? Octomom did have a four-person cleaning crew show up prior to DCFS' arrival, so it's likely the place was not as bad as when her hairstylist blew the whistle.
Still, it's gotta be a madhouse, and she has no way of supporting a family that size. It's well established. So should Octomom's kids be taken away?