Sigh. Many times. The government cracks down on the scourge of modern-day life: Rabbit sellers.
John and Judy Dollarhite of Nixa, Missouri used to raise rabbits for extra spending money. They should have signed up for food stamps instead. Our federal overlords do not take kindly to entrepreneurism. After harassment by the USDA reminiscent of K’s tribulations in The Trial, the Dollarhites — who took good care of the animals, complied with all applicable state laws, and never sold them across state lines — were hit with a bizarre and massive fine:
Read it and weep. Literally. That fine starts out at more than $90,000, and could end up being $3.9 million. For selling rabbits.