No person shall:
   (A)   Overwork, overdrive, overload or torture an animal, deprive one of necessary sustenance, unnecessarily or cruelly beat, needlessly mutilate or kill, or impound or confine an animal without supplying it during the confinement with a sufficient quantity of good wholesome food and water;
   (B)   Impound or confine an animal without affording it, during the confinement, access to shelter from wind, rain, snow or excessive direct sunlight if it can reasonably be expected that the animal would otherwise become sick or in some other way suffer. This division does not apply to animals impounded or confined prior to slaughter. For the purpose of this division, “shelter” means a man-made enclosure, windbreak, sunshade or natural windbreak or sunshade that is developed from the earth’s contour, true development or vegetation;
   (C)   Carry or convey an animal in a cruel or inhuman manner; or
   (D)   Keep an animal in an enclosure without wholesome exercise and change of air.
(Ord. 2003-11, passed 11-3-03) Penalty, see § 90.99
   Prohibition against animal fighting, see § 90.10.