Although New Hampshire didn't offer us much in the way of ridiculous animal laws, I'm pretty enamored with the regulations they do have. Enjoy...
• No bounty shall be paid on the head of a wolf unless it has its ears when delivered to the selectmen (Repealed). Feel free to sell the ears off to another party before turning in your wolf head, people. New Hampshire has seen the error of their ways. It's okay.
• In White Mountain National, if a person is caught raking the beaches, picking up litter, hauling away trash, building a bench for the park, or performing other park maintenance, he/she may be fined $150 for "maintaining the national forest without a permit." Oh, we should have such problems. This didn't seem like an animal law to me at first, but then I'm thinking about all the animals that could benefit from a little good-hearted forest maintenance. Now we're fining our good samaritans? I wonder if a whole Girl Scout troop trying to earn a badge would be fined as a group, or individually. Sheesh.
• Any cattle that crosses state roads must be fitted with a device to gather its feces. New Hampshire don't take shit from nobody.
Law information source: stupidlaws.com and dumblaws.com