Indiana

A person who dyes, stains, or otherwise alters the natural coloring of a bird or rabbit commits a Class B misdemeanor. (Ind. Code 15-2.1-21-13(b)

IC 15-2.1-21-13
Birds or rabbits; sale restricted; exception; discoloring prohibited
Sec. 13. (a) A person who sells:
(1) a bird under the age of three (3) weeks; or
(2) a rabbit under the age of two (2) months;
commits a Class B misdemeanor. This subsection does not apply to commercial breeders or distributors whose facilities are adequately equipped for the care of young birds or rabbits.
(b) A person who dyes, stains, or otherwise alters the natural coloring of a bird or rabbit commits a Class B misdemeanor.

As added by Acts 1978, P.L.8, SEC.11. Amended by P.L.165-1985, SEC.35.

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