The following words and terms when used in this section shall have the following meanings unless the context clearly indicates otherwise:
   ANIMAL.  Any live or dead mammal, domesticated or wild, excluding Homo sapiens.
   BITE OR SCRATCH.  A bite or scratch that breaks the skin and is capable of transmitting rabies.
   HIGH RISK ANIMAL.  Any animal that has a high probability of transmitting rabies (including foxes, bats, skunks, coyotes, and raccoons).
   LOW RISK ANIMAL.  Any animal that has a low probability of transmitting rabies as determined by the Animal Control Manager.
(Ord. OR-1787-10, passed 10-11-10)