Good News About Liza From Crash’s Landing
For the second week in a row, we have great news to report about the health of a cat from Crash's Landing.
What could make the good news about Liza even better?
Finding a loving family to adopt her.
Crash's Landing is a non-profit, no-kill cat rescue center. Since opening in Grand Rapids in 2002, Crash's Landing has helped more than 2,500 cats. But there is still work to be done.
Every Friday on 100.5 The River is "Purrrfect Friday," where we feature a cat from Crash's Landing that needs a home. This week, we're spotlighting Liza.
Liza first joined Crash's Landing in November 2011. She resided in Big Sid's at Crash's Landing, a special shelter for cats with feline leukemia.
But the story doesn't stop there.
When Liza needed dental work in August, Crash Landing founder Dr. Jen Petrovich decided to retest her. Liza's tests for feline leukemia came back negative.
Always one to be cautious, I submitted another blood test, and that too came back negative; lovely Liza had cleared the virus from her system and was no longer harboring it! And, living with cats carrying it didn't affect her either, proving that the virus itself is FAR MORE DIFFICULT to transmit than most people think.
This isn't the first time a cat from Crash's Landing has gotten good news after being retested. We told you about a similar experience with Ninjie last week.
Can you give this good story a great ending by adopting Liza? Learn more about Liza.
Can't adopt, but still want to help? Learn how to sponsor a cat at Crash's Landing!