Independent Cat Society
4061 S county Line Rd
Westville, IN 46391
The Independent Cat Society is a non-profit, no-kill feline shelter serving Northwest Indiana since 1977, whose mission is to rescue, shelter, adopt, and promote spaying and neutering of cats.
We are raising funds for the day-to-day care of our cats and kittens while they await adoption. This includes providing them food, medical care and litter. All cats/kittens brought to ICS are spayed/neutered, up to date on vaccinations and microchipped before being released to an adopter. We rely solely on the generous donations of our supporters and do not receive any government funding.
The vision of ICS is to serve as many cats, pet owners, and community members in the Northwest Indiana and neighboring Chicago area and Southwest Michigan area as possible. To accomplish this, ICS: Provides a sanctuary for homeless felines in their transition to adoption Strives to provide for the healthcare needs of the shelter population. Promotes responsible feline ownership through educating the public. Addresses feline overpopulation through our various programs.