ICS Whiskers of the Week: Banjo and Kitty Purry

Banjo

WNLP and the Independent Cat Society (ICS) present these two Whiskers of the Week, Banjo and Kitty Purry.

Banjo is a young adult. He and his sister, Calliope, were found as strays and brought to the ICS. Banjo is all boy and loves to play and chase toys. He and his sister are bonded and are hoping to find a home together. They are both very affectionate and sweet.

Kitty Purry

Kitty Purry, 2, is a female calico. She is a little on the shy side when you first meet her, but once you gain her trust she is a loving and affectionate girl. She will reward your attention with a soft, loving purr. She gets along with other cats but might prefer to be your only cat.

The Independent Cat Society is located at 4061 County Line Rd. near U.S. 6 in Westville. For more information, visit its Facebook page and www.catsociety.org, or call 219-785-4936.

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