Tennessee Bills Would Prohibit Selling Dyed Rabbits Younger than Six Months of Age

Tennessee Senate Bill 2384 and House Bill 2540 would amend the state’s animal cruelty law relating to dyed baby fowl and rabbits to increase the minimum age at which a dyed or stained rabbit may be lawfully sold from two months to six months. The Senate bill was referred to the Senate Energy, Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee; the House bill has not yet been referred to a committee.