I know the bits in our city's rules about chickens, but I decided to snoop for anything on rabbits just for the heck of it. Couldn't find doodly except where it said you can't dye them, can't give them away as prizes/to gain trade, or give away any younger than 8 weeks in numbers smaller than 5... other than that nothing so far but I'm still reading... which is how I stumbled across this section... Section 7.07 Primary Enclosures A person commits an offense if he harbors or maintains an exotic animal unless the animal is confined to a primary enclosure which meets the following minimum construction specifications: A. Orders Rheiformes, Struthioniformes, and Casuariiformes: A fence of not less than six feet (6') in height, constructed of not less than eleven and one-half (11½) gauge chain link fence or its strength equivalent. B. Family Ailuridae: a cage of not less than nine (9) gauge chain link or its strength equivalent. C. Families Protelidae and Viverridae: A cage of not less than eleven and one-half (11½) gauge chain link or its strength equivalent. D. Order Primates: 1. Gibbons, monkeys and other primates: a cage consisting of not less than nine (9) gauge chain link or its strength equivalent. E. Elephants, rhinoceros and hippopotamus: a cage of steel bars, masonry block, or its strength equivalent. F. Order Marsupialia: a cage consisting of not less than eleven and one-half (11½) gauge chain link or its strength equivalent. G. Order Perissodactyla (except rhinoceros) and Order Artiodactyla (except hippopotamus): a fence of not less than eight feet (8') in height, constructed of not less than nine (9) gauge chain link or its strength equivalent. H. Order Chiroptera (bats): a cage with no openings that will allow passage of a sphere larger than three-eighths inch (3/8"), excluding the door. Any door to such a cage shall have no openings which will allow passage of a sphere greater than three-eighths inch (3/8"), and shall be kept secured when not in use. I. All cages and fences constructed of chain link shall be well braced and securely anchored at ground level and shall utilize metal corners, clamps, ties and braces of equivalent strength to other materials prescribed for cage construction for that order, family or species. J. Frames for cages and fences, including corners, braces, top and bottom rails, shall be securely bolted or welded to provide maximum strength. K. Cages and fences shall be sufficiently strong to prevent escape. L. Cages and fences shall be equipped with locks and locking mechanism to prevent opening by unauthorized persons. M. All cages shall be covered at the top to prevent escape. In lieu of this requirement, facilities provided for rhinoceros, elephants, and hippopotami may be constructed at sufficient height and in such a manner to prevent escape. I'd love to meet the person responsible for these rules being put into writing... really... hippo, rhino and elephant rules for a city that doesn't even have a zoo? Boggles the mind it does.