2647. If an animal whose meat is lawful to consume, be it wild or domesticated, is made lawful either by slaughtering or other methods, the details of which will be mentioned later, then its meat is lawful to consume after it dies, and its body is also §¡hir, except in the following cases:
a. A quadruped that is lawful to consume, but has been defiled by a bāligh person. The same will apply to its offspring. The same will also apply based on obligatory precaution if the person is not b¡ligh.
b. An animal that is habituated to eating human waste, if it has not been subject to istibr¡’ in the manner specified by the shari’a.
c. A kid (young goat) whose bones have been formed by consuming the milk of a pig. The same will apply to its offspring. Obligatory precaution also dictates that the same will apply to a suckling lamb.
d. A kid or a lamb that has consumed the milk of a pig, but its bones have not formed from it, in the event that it has not been subjected to istibr¡’ in the manner elaborated within the shari’a.
2648. If a wild animal that is lawful to consume, such as a deer, partridge or mountain goat, is hunted in the manner that will be elaborated, it becomes §¡hir and lawful to consume. The same will apply to a domesticated animal that is lawful to consume, if it becomes a wild animal, such as a domesticated cow or camel that has fled and turned wild.
However, a lawful domesticated animal such as a sheep or a chicken, or a lawful wild animal that has been domesticated through training, does not become §¡hir or lawful to consume by hunting it.
2649. A lawful wild animal will only become §¡hir and lawful to consume by hunting it if it is able to flee or fly away. Therefore, a baby deer which cannot flee, or a baby partridge which cannot fly away, does not become §¡hir and lawful to consume by hunting it. If a person kills a deer and its baby that is unable to flee using one arrow, the deer will be lawful to consume whilst its baby will not be lawful.
2650. If a lawful animal whose has gushing blood, such as a fish, dies in a manner other than the one specified in the shari’a for making it lawful to consume, then it will be §¡hir, but consuming it will not be lawful.
2651. An unlawful animal that does not have gushing blood, such as a snake, does not become lawful by slaughtering it. However, its carcass, be it from slaughtering or otherwise, is §¡hir.
2652. A dog or a pig will not become §¡hir by slaughtering or hunting it. In addition, it is forbidden to consume their meat. If an unlawful animal such as a wolf or a tiger that is carnivorous, is slaughtered in the manner that will be elaborated, or hunted by an arrow or similar weapon, it will become §¡hir. However, it will not be lawful to consume its meat. In the event that it is hunted by a hunting dog, it is problematic to claim that it becomes §¡hir.
2653. If an elephant, bear or a monkey is slaughtered in the manner that will be elaborated, or hunted by an arrow or similar weapon, it will be §¡hir. However, the small burrowing animals such as mice, who possess gushing blood, but do not have a usable hide, will not become §¡hir by slaughtering or hunting them. However, if they possess a usable hide, it is problematic to claim that they become §¡hir.
2654. If a dead baby is delivered or taken out from the womb of a live animal, it is forbidden to consume its meat.