ARTICLE 1. ANIMALS GENERALLY
It shall be unlawful for any person, firm, or corporation to keep or maintain any horses, mules, asses, cattle, hogs, sheep, goats or any other domestic animal, except animals of the type ordinarily maintained as household pets, for any purpose whatsoever within the city limits of the city of Oakley, Kansas, for any purpose whatsoever, except as may be required at any licensed and/or approved meat processing establishment and except that horses, cows and calves under six months of age may be maintained in areas within the city of Oakley, which have been used for such purposes at any time within five years prior to the enactment of this chapter if they are confined within an enclosure or building of sufficient strength to prevent their escape therefrom; provided that nothing herein shall be construed to prevent animals from being transported into or through the city or being kept at the Logan County Fairgrounds or any public stockyards or the yards of any licensed and bonded livestock sales enterprise regularly doing business and dealing in livestock, veterinary clinics, slaughterhouses, and within zoning districts which allow for the raising of certain domestic animals.
(Ord. 918; Code 1974, 6.04.010; Code 2014)
Registered miniature pigs shall be classified as animals ordinarily maintained as household pets providing their care and maintenance be regulated by city ordinances providing for the humane care and control of animals and that all male miniature pigs over two months of age be neutered.
(Ord. 918; Code 1974, 6.04.020; Code 2014)
Permission may be granted for special events by the governing body of the city of Oakley to allow herding of animals on the streets, alleys and public grounds.
(Ord. 918; Code 1974, 6.04.030; Code 2014)
Any person or persons violating any provision of this article shall upon conviction be fined in any sum not exceeding five hundred dollars and/or be imprisoned for a period not to exceed thirty days.
(Ord. 918; Code 1974, 6.04.040; Code 2014)
No person shall keep or allow or cause to be kept at any place within the city any animal having any of the diseases known as glanders, farcy, tuberculosis or any other contagious disease, but shall forthwith report the fact to the board of health of this city and under the direction of the board of health the same shall be destroyed or removed in the manner designated by the board; provided, that this section shall not apply to animals under care of a veterinarian or on his premises.
(Ord. 434; Code 1974, 6.04.070; Code 2014)
Any person, firm or corporation violating any of the provisions of Section 2-105 shall upon conviction be fined in any sum not less than ten dollars nor more than one hundred dollars.
(Ord. 434; Code 1974, 6.04.080; Code 2014)