§ 130-097  Confinement of Other Animals Authorized; Caged Rodent or Caged Rabbit.
   (A)   Authorized.  Any animal other than a dog, cat or wild animal that bites any person shall be confined and quarantined in a pound at the owner's expense, or upon the request of and at the expense of the owner, at a veterinary hospital for a period of not less than 14 days, provided that livestock shall be confined and quarantined for a 14-day period in a manner regulated by the State Livestock Sanitary Board. ('80 Code, § 6-153)
   (B)   Caged rodent or caged rabbit.  If the biting animal is a caged rodent or caged rabbit, the rodent or rabbit may be confined and quarantined at the home of the owner or where it is harbored or maintained, for the required period of time, with the consent of, and in a manner prescribed by the city enforcement agent. ('80 Code, § 6-154)
(Ord. 1798, passed 12-20-78; Ord. O2011-03, passed 3-2-11)