§ 90.047  INOCULATION AGAINST RABIES.
   (A)   Every owner of a cat four months of age or older shall cause the cat to be inoculated against rabies by a licensed veterinarian on or before July 1, 2004, and at least once every 12 months thereafter.
   (B)   Evidence of a rabies inoculation shall be entered on a certificate, the form of which shall be approved and furnished by the Superintendent of the State Department of Agriculture and which shall be signed by the licensed veterinarian administering the vaccine.
   (C)   The City Clerk shall cause a cat rabies inoculation tag to be issued upon the filing of the certificate with the City Clerk.
   (D)   The tags shall expire on the same date as the animal’s rabies inoculation certificate.
   (E)   The owner of any cat shall cause the cat to wear, at all times, the tag.
   (F)   Rabies vaccine for use on animals shall be sold or distributed only to and used only by licensed veterinarians.
   (G)   The rabies vaccine shall be licensed by the United States Department of Agriculture and approved by the State Department of Agriculture.
(1980 Code, § 22.303)  Penalty, see § 90.999