It shall be a civil offense for any person to poison or to trap any animal or aid, abet or assist in the poisoning or trapping or the putting out or placing of poison or a trap at any point or place outside of buildings within the corporate limits of the city where dogs, cats or other domesticated animals may secure or encounter the same; provided, however, in instances where any animal by reason of damage to property, danger to life or threat to public health becomes a nuisance, a live, humane trapping method approved by the City Commissioners may be used.
(1994 Code, § 10-110)  (Ord. 409, passed 2-24-1986; Ord. 494, passed 9-2-1993)  Penalty, see § 90.99