Socks is a Rancho Cordova non-profit organization dedicated to to helping free-roaming cats and all other kitties in need.
Our mission is to ensure all homeless and domesticated cats and kittens are included in the "Circle of Compassion" through education, promotion and implementation of spay/neuter programs along with Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) - the only humane method of reducing cat overpopulation.
Please explore this site to learn more about working with free-roaming kitties and more. Thank you for visiting!
Please check out our available
kitties. CLICK on the KITTEN above.
National Feral Cat Day
The City of Rancho Cordova will be presenting a NFCD Proclamation to SOCKS during the City Countil meeting Oct. 20, 5:30 pm. Please attend to show your support for feral cats to help save lives.
A Rancho Cordova Non-Profit Organization
Donations always welcome & tax deductible!
Speaking on behalf of those who can't speak for themselves!
Checks payable to:
PO Box 1415
Rancho Cordova, CA 95741-1415
For more information OR to VOLUNTEER
contact SOCKS at:
by Nancy Peterson
Cats Program Mgr
CLICK on above photo for story.
Our work is not possible without volunteers and financial
support. Donations needed in order to continue our rescue
and spay/neuter programs. We are an all volunteer non- profit organization.
The Distinguished Community Service Award was presented to Scottie Moore (SOCKS) by Cordova Community Council on Feb. 24, 2012 for her work across the community and beyond on behalf of TNR education & implementation.
President & Founder
Sorry...currently we are NOT accepting any cats or kittens. We do offer advice.
Foster homes needed for cats & kittens to be socialized for adoption. All necessary items provided. Please help give them a chance!
E-mail to apply for a no-cost or low-cost spay/neuter voucher. No-cost when funds are available with a total household income less than $35,000. Low-cost $30.
Choppers and Teddy are very sad since they were brought to SOCKS. Their guardian was diagnosed with leukemia and was told by his doctors that he could not be near litter boxes and could not keep his cats because of his low immune system. Currently we have them staying with a foster. We're hoping that their guardian will be able to get them back within 3 mos. If not, then we'll have to find them a new forever loving home. Choppers is 12 and Teddy 9 yrs. young.