§ 95.24 HUMANE CARE.
   (A)   All owners shall provide their animal with sufficient food and water, proper shelter, veterinary care when needed to prevent suffering and with humane care and treatment. No person shall poison, ill treat or abandon any animal. Unwanted animals may be given to the Animal Warden at no cost to the owner.
   (B)   Whenever the Animal Warden encounters a stray animal suffering pain, he or she shall act promptly to notify the owner. If unable to ascertain or locate the owner, he or she may take the animal to a veterinarian for treatment or to the pound for disposition. The cost of any care or treatment shall be borne by the owner.
(`89 Code, § 173.190) Penalty, see § 10.99