Translation:Did the noisy sark disturb you? Yes. It disturbed us.
Only if we don't know whether or not they are male or female. If we do know, which we usually do, we say she, or he, more for pets than livestock, but it's common. For the sake of the pronominal prefixes I'd say it's better to include that as a legitimate answer than not, but that's just me I suppose.
The present simple tense is accepted ("Does the noisy sark disturb you? Yes. It disturbs us.").
The present continuous tense ("is disturbing") is not accepted because the Klingon sentence does not have a suffix indicating continuous aspect, such as -taH.
In the absence of such a suffix, we consider the sentence to have non-continuous aspect and will not accept translations in the present continuous / past continuous / future continuous tenses in English (is disturbing, was disturbing, will be disturbing etc.) -- and vice versa: SujtaH would not accepted a translation of "it disturbs" but only "it is disturbing".