Section 5-112 Feral cat colony caretaker permit.

    (a)    Any organization or individual over the age of eighteen (18) may submit an application to the department for a feral cat colony caretaker permit.  The application shall be on a form provided by the department and shall provide the following information:

    (1)    A detailed description of the cats in the colony;

    (2)    Proof that the feral cats in the colony have been ear tipped and microchipped, neutered or spayed and vaccinated against rabies or are actively being trapped to perform the ear tipping, microchipping, neutering or spaying and vaccination against rabies;

    (3)    The address of the private property where the colony will be maintained;

    (4)    Written permission from the private property owner to maintain the colony at such address; and

    (5)    Contact information for the applicant and any other information that may be required by the department.

    (b)    Feral cat colony caretaker permits shall be issued for a period of two (2) years.

    (c)    An animal control officer may inspect the private property where the feral cat colony will be maintained.  

    (d)    No feral cat colony caretaker permit shall be issued for a feral cat colony located on public property.

(Ord. No. 21015, § 1, 7-5-11)

(Ord. 21015, Added, 07/05/2011)