As many people come home to Michigan from spring break or a full winter in the south, we are reminded of the cats who have no place to go in the winter. The cats who struggle to survive in the extreme cold. Boyd Crowder was one of those cats, but now he is ready to be adopted at Crash's Landing.

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.

Each 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 Boyd Crowder.

For years, five-year-old Boyd Crowder had been wandering around the south side of Grand Rapids. A friend of Crash's Landing first got him some needed care last summer, then earlier this year, Boyd Crowder was brought into Crash's Landing which signaled the end of a long stretch of wandering the streets and struggling to survive.

Crash's Landing checked him out. Boyd Crowder's teeth were diseased. He was dirty, tired and hungry. Crash's Landing fed him, bathed him, vaccinated him and gave him all the love and care he deserves.

Boyd Crowder loves other cats and animals. He loves attention too. He's a volunteer and fan favorite who won't last long at Crash's Landing. Come to meet and adopt him today!

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