Toledo Municipal Code
CHAPTER 505 - Animals and Fowl
No owner, keeper or harborer of any animal shall permit or suffer such animal to continuously or frequently bark, howl or emit other audible sounds which create unreasonable, excessive or offensive noise to the annoyance or discomfort of any person of ordinary sensibilities in the vicinity of such animal.
Also found the following, remembering that sometime back, someone made a comment about Toledo doing nothing concerning cats:
505.09. Dogs or cats running at large; nuisances.
(a) No owner or keeper of any dog or cat shall permit such dog or cat to run at large, or allow any such dog or cat off the premises of the owner or keeper, unless such dog or cat is restrained by a substantial leash or harness or otherwise under the direct and constant supervision or control of the owner or handler...
505.16. Registration and identification required.
(a) No person, within the City shall own a cat over six months of age without procuring registration for such cat as provided in this chapter and keeping secured to such cat a cat tag bearing the registration number.
(a) Any cat not bearing a valid cat tag, or observed injuring or destroying the real or personal property of someone other than the owner or keeper of the cat, or known to create excessive noise or odor, or observed creating a danger to public health in the opinion of the Commissioner of the Division of Health, is declared to be a public nuisance and shall be impounded by the Animal Control Officer....
Hypothetical situation: Since it is legal in Ohio to kill 'feral' cats, if I find a cat without a 'cat tag' as described in TMC 505.16, can I now consider any cat having no visible 'cat tag' that comes into my yard a 'feral' cat?