Adopt Mutt From Crash’s Landing
Want a little company?
Adopt Mutt the cat from 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 4,000 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 Mutt.
Crash's Landing is making adjustments due to COVID-19. They have suspended meet & greets and volunteer informational tours until further notice, but they are committed to finding forever homes for all of their cats.
Serious, pre-approved adopters will be seen by appointment only.
Mutt was born in early 2014. He was found hanging around an apartment complex in Comstock Park when he was rescued.
Shockingly, some had tried to castrate him with rubbers bands. Crash's Landing treated him and he was properly neutered. He was also treated for a bad upper respiratory infection and other ailments.
Mutt enjoys the company of other cats, but would also be okay as an only cat as long as his owner is home a lot. After all he has been through, finding him a home of his own in a time like this would be great news for everyone.