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Connecticut Law: Don’t Dye The Easter Bunny

In the Easter spirit, today, I’m taking a look at Connecticut rabbit law. Yes, Connecticut has a statute about rabbits.

In Connnecticut, it is illegal for a person to sell or give away a live rabbit that has been dyed, colored or otherwise treated so as to import to them an artificial color.  Any person who violates the law faces a fine not to exceed $150. Conn. Gen. Stat. Sec. 53-249a.

My legal advice to you this Easter Weekend (yes, I’m violating my own policy of not giving legal advice in this blog) is to only dye Easter eggs and leave the Easter Bunny alone.

Have a Happy Easter.