Adopt “The Biscuit” Now From Crash’s Landing, A Grand Rapids Animal Shelter
Kim Carson Here! I've been working with Crash's Landing for 9 years now. Crash’s Landing, is a non profit no kill animal shelter. Their mission statement is, “Saving Our Little Corner Of The World, One Cat At A Time.”
Dr. Jen Petrovich and her volunteers know each and every kitty in Crash’s Landing and Sid’s Sanctuary. They can even help match you up with the kind of kitty purrrsonality you’re looking for; be it a lap cat, a senior cat for a senior citizen, or maybe you’re looking for a playful family feline, one that gets along with other cats, dogs and even kids! The volunteers work with them day in and day out and know what each and every cat is all about.
Each Friday, on 100.5 The River, is a ”Purrrfect Friday," A Crash's Landing kitty is featured and I share that kitty's story or I share how he/she might be adopted into a loving and caring home.
This week’s kitty we're spotlighting from Crash’s Landing is "The Biscuit." Dr. Jen Petrovich from Clyde Park Veterinary Clinic shares "The Biscuit's" Story.
For more Crash Kitties looking for a loving, furrrever home, please visit Crash’s Landing.
ps And remember when you adopt from Crash’s Landing if your circumstances change and you can no longer keep your kitty you can ALWAYS give them back to Crash’s Landing…No Questions Asked! (we hope you don't do that but they can be surrendered back into the program)
If you see any form of animal abuse or have concerns about any animal PLEASE CARE and please call. All Reports Of Animal Abuse Will Remain Confidential. REALLY! Simply say I wish to remain anonymous, and it's done!
Kent Country Animal Services: 616-632-7300
Humane Society 616-453-7757
Animals have no voice. You can be their voice, anonymously. Please care enough to do that. You know deep down inside when something is wrong, don't question your gut.