6. A person may not, by an act or omission, cause an animal to be in distress.
For the purposes of this Act, an animal is in distress if
(1) it is subjected to conditions that, unless immediately alleviated, will cause the animal death or serious harm;
(2) it is subjected to conditions that cause the animal to suffer acute pain; or
(3) it is exposed to conditions that cause the animal extreme anxiety or suffering.