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Sprout and Figgy came in to the care of Save The Animals Rescue Team with their three other siblings. Sprout is a light orange tabby with more of a speckled coat than the typical tiger stripes. She is first to come to the food dish and will sing for her supper. She can be somewhat of a whiner at feeding time and will let you know that you are just taking too long. Sprout came in as the smallest of the litter and quickly caught up to the rest. She’ll squirm when you pick her up as if you are keeping her from doing something much more important. Being part of a big family, this little sweetheart would love the company of another kitty in her forever home. Figgy is a beautiful light orange mackerel tabby. Orange females are hard to come by but Figgy and her sisters brought us three of them. She is the smallest of her family, but definitely has the biggest attitude. When Figgy has a toy, just get out of her way. Play time for her means “leave me alone.” She’ll have time for you when she’s ready. Figgy would also love the company of another kitty in her forever home. Sprout and Figgy are both vaccinated, altered, FeLV/FIV tested negative and microchipped. If you are interested in adopting one or both of these cuties, complete the pre-adoption application at or call Lauren at S.T.A.R.T. at 973-785-1245.

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June 17, 2018

WOODLAND PARK, NJ - Volunteers are needed for the Passaic County Women’s Center/Woodland Park Domestic Violence Response Team. Are you interested in making a difference in the community? If so, the team is seeking volunteers to assist with survivors of domestic violence. Selected applicants will receive 40-hour training to provide information, referrals and support to survivors of domestic ...