If a person whose fence is insufficient under this subchapter maims, wounds, or kills
a head of cattle or a horse, mule, jack, jennet, sheep, or goat, or procures the maiming,
wounding, or killing of one of those animals, by any means, including a gun or a dog,
the person is liable to the owner of the animal for damages. This section does not authorize a person to maim, wound, or kill any horse, mule,
jack, jennet, sheep, goat, or head of cattle of another person.
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