A playground in New Jersey has become a hotspot for children in search of animal-crossing-friendly ways to interact with their animals.
The New Jersey Department of Education says the playground at the State Farm campus in Woodbridge will be used for a variety of activities, including play with cats, dogs, rabbits and other animals.
It also plans to use the playground for educational and fun-loving activities.
Some parents in the state are concerned about how to treat their children when it comes to interacting with their pets.
They are worried that using the playground will create a more dangerous environment for their pets and that the state could have to consider new laws that might prevent the playground from being used by children.
The Department of Environmental Protection says that the park is within state and local regulations and has the right to set its own rules and guidelines.
However, many parents are concerned that if the playground were used by kids, they could be violating state law and potentially subject to fines and possible jail time.
The state’s new regulations could also impact schools and other public facilities in the future.
The department says the rules will help the state make sure the playground is safe for children.