§ 91.14  RESTRICTION ON THE SALE OF YOUNG ANIMALS.
   (A)   No person shall sell or offer for sale, raffle, offer, or give as a prize, premium, or advertising device, or display in any store, shop, carnival, or other place any chick, duckling, gosling, or rabbit that has been dyed or otherwise colored artificially.
   (B)   No person shall sell or offer for sale, raffle, or offer or give as a prize, premium, or advertising device any chicks, ducklings, or goslings younger than four weeks of age in quantities of less than 12 birds to each individual person.
   (C)   All stores, shops, vendors, and others offering shall provide and operate brooders or other heating devices that may be necessary to maintain the chicks, ducklings, or goslings in good health and shall keep adequate food and water available to the birds at all times.
   (D)   No person shall raffle or offer or give as a prize, premium, or advertising device any live vertebrate animal.
   (E)   This section does not prohibit the lawful sale of animals where proper precautions are made for the health and safety of the animals and the sale is conducted in such a manner so as not to create a public nuisance.
(Prior Code, § 6-24)  (Ord. 1993-3, passed 3-13-1993)  Penalty, see § 91.99