As Easter nears, so does the age-old debate about the buying and selling of cute baby bunnies, tiny ducklings, and fuzzy chicks during this time of year. Sometimes the animals are even dyed to match the colors of Easter eggs. So where do you draw the line? I have to admit that if I sold chicks, ducklings, or bunnies for my livelihood, then I'd be tempted to get in on this. Easter is like the Black Friday of rabbit, duck, and chicken breeders after all. But that isn't where I am and the animal lover in me cringes just imagining the pitiful fate these creatures might suffer once the excitement of Easter wears off. Where do you stand on this issue? Could someone operate ethically and still sell live animals as Easter gifts?