Our mission is to protect and preserve the animals of Indiana and safeguard the rights of responsible animal owners and professionals through education and sound legislative actions.
Our History -
Indiana Council for Animal Welfare (ICAW) was established during the 2009 Indiana legislative session by a group of concerned, dedicated citizens who love their animals and felt strongly that their rights to own and control them were dangerously being threatened.
The ICAW represents a wide range of individuals who are passionate about their animals and believe strongly in protecting their rights concerning them.
Our Calling -
Animal Rights organizations are increasingly impacting the animal world. They are not only threatening the agriculture industry as a whole, but they are also threatening the right to own animals in general. The Animal Rights activists feel that we, the American public, are not good enough to own or use animals. These groups work around the clock to eliminate:
We can no longer stay silent while animal rights activists work to take away our rights. We must join together, as one solid unit, to continue to fight for the freedoms and rights we have in this country.
Join us, as we stand for our right to own and control our animals.
Our Community -
Since forming in 2009, we have worked towards bettering ourselves, our animals, and our industry. In doing so, we have met thousands of people along the way who want to do the same. Joining together, we have accomplished great feats and are soaring towards new goals each year.
To help keep our organization working properly, we have created four chapters to divide the state into areas where members can easily meet with one another. Our current chapters are: