It shall be unlawful to keep, harbor, own or in any way possess within the corporate limits of the City of Flint:
(a) Any warm-blooded, carnivorous or omnivorous, wild or exotic animals, dangerous or undomesticated animals which are not of a species customarily used as an ordinary household pet, but one which would ordinarily be confined in a zoo, or one which would ordinarily be found in the wilderness of this or any other country, or one which otherwise causes a reasonable person to be fearful of bodily harm or property damage, including, but not limited to nonhuman primates, raccoons, skunks, foxes and wild and exotic cats; but excluding fowl, ferrets and small rodents of varieties used for laboratory purposes.
(b) Any animal, whether warm or cold-blooded, spider or insect having poisonous bites.
(c) Venomous, cold-blooded reptiles and other cold-blooded animals that, if in contact with humans, are capable of inflicting fatal injury to the average human; including, but not limited to, constrictor snakes six (6) feet or more in length, and all nondomesticated carnivores such as crocodiles, piranha fish, sharks and the like.
(Ord. 3040, passed 7-27-1987; Ord. 3250, passed 9-27-1993)