It shall be the responsibility of the owner or custodian of any animal in the city, whether permanently or temporarily therein, to prevent such animal from committing any act which constitutes a nuisance. It shall be considered a nuisance for any animal, including dogs, cats, ferrets and chickens, to habitually or frequently make animal noises including barking, crying, howling, meowing, whimpering or clucking; to frequent school grounds, parks or other public areas while unrestrained; to chase vehicles; to fight with other animals; to chase and kill birds or other wildlife; to annoy any person if such person is not on the property of the animal owner or custodian of the animal; to molest, defile, destroy any public or private property; or to leave excrement on any property, public or private. (Ord. 1153, 3-17-2009)