(a)   The enclosure of horses, cows, pigs and similar domestic animals within close proximity to water sources and structures used for human habitation constitutes a public nuisance and a menace to the public health, safety and general welfare in that such enclosures tend to disseminate contaminated wastes and encourage the spread of disease throughout the community.
   (b)   It is hereby declared to constitute a nuisance and shall be unlawful for any person to maintain, or permit to be maintained, on property of which he or she is the owner, any enclosure in which horses, cows, pigs and similar domestic animals are kept, which enclosure is within 100 feet of any structure used for human habitation or any well, cistern or other source of water used for human drinking or cooking.
   (c)   For the purpose of this section, "domestic animals" shall include, in addition to those animals referred to, all animals ordinarily denoted by such term, except ordinary house pets when kept as house pets.
(Ord. 1983-35. Passed 4-11-84.)