It's been five years since Lacy joined Crash's Landing. Just three weeks ago she got the best news since her arrival.

After a routine retesting, it was discovered that Lacy has cleared the feline leukemia virus that has been in her system since she arrived! Lacy has never been more ready to be adopted!

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 Lacy.

Lacy tested positive for Feline Leukemia in March of 2013 at Harbor Humane Society in West Olive. After six months she was retested and was still positive, so a new home was needed. Big Sid's Sanctuary at Crash's Landing brought her in.

Lacy made herself know from the start. She was intent on letting the other cats know she was in charge. She has a strong personality, but it's a fun personality too. There's never a boring day when Lacy is around.

On Dec. 8, 2018, it was time for Lacy's annual wellness exam at the clinic. Crash's Landing opted to once again retest Lacy for FELV and FIV since she was only a faint positive on her tests prior. They found that she has cleared the feline leukemia virus from her system! The lab confirmed that she does have FIV. FIV is much harder to transmit and the risk of transmission to another cat is small.

Lacy is ready for a new home! Please adopt her!

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