Monday, August 1, 2016

Leslie Whittenstall Breaks California Pet Disposal Law

By hiding dead cats under her house and in her garden Leslie is in violation of four parts of the California penal code

6.16.020 Prohibition against dead animals upon private property.
No dead animal shall be deposited or allowed to remain upon any premises within a quarter of a mile of any park, City highway, State highway, or any public highway, road or alley, or any dwelling or other structure used or occupied by a person or persons, or in any standing or running water or in any open excavation, and any animal deposited or allowed to remain upon such premises is declared to be a public nuisance.

6.16.030 Duty of owner to dispose of dead animal.
It shall be the duty of the owner of a dead animal to dispose of such dead animal in a manner authorized by law. (Ord. 29 § 1, 1981; CC § 62.803)

6.16.040 Duty of owner or occupant of land to remove dead animal.
It shall be the duty of the owner, the occupant and any person having control of the premises referred to in PMC on which there is a dead animal to remove said dead animal from said premises, or otherwise dispose of said dead animal in a manner authorized by law. (Ord. 29 § 1, 1981; CC § 62.804)

6.16.070 Burial of animal carcasses.
It is unlawful for any person to bury the carcass of any dead animal in such a way that there shall be less than three feet of soil above such carcass. (Ord. 29 § 1, 1981; CC § 62.807)

It's also Illegal to feed wild animals like Raccoons

1 comment:

  1. Now we know what that smell was.

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