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We are excited to invite you to our next adoption event on Saturday, February 11, 11 am – 2 pm. This time, SOKS is partnering with Puffy's Thrift Mercantile located on the historic Miracle Mile at 2210 Pacific Ave., Stockton.

We will bring in many of our beautiful adult cats. Some of them have been waiting for a forever home over a year! Often times, people choose to adopt cute kittens rather than grown up cats. But opening your home to a mature animal can be very rewarding.


There are many benefits to adopting grown up cats: they are calm and relaxed with a set personality, and they will not chew on your computer cables. Will you open your heart and help a cat live its golden years in a loving atmosphere of your home?


Please, join us on February 11 to meet the cats. You can also preview them on our Adopt-A-Pet page.



SOKS mission is welfare and protection of feral and stray cats. We help Stockton communities by helping the cats.


We are excited to announce our Hearts For Cats fundraiser. During the month of February, SOKS will be collecting donations to support our mission throughout this year. We cannot do it without you!


How you can donate to SOKS


We are grateful for any amount. Here is how you can contribute:

  • PayPal Giving Fund

  • Venmo at Save Our Kitties Stockton

  • Check written to Save Our Kitties Stockton Please mail to P.O. Box 4721, Stockton CA 95204

If you need a tax receipt, be sure to provide your address and we will mail it to you.


100% of donations are going to TNR (trap-neuter-release), cat supplies and medical bills.


Last year, we were able to spay and neuter 146 cats in just seven months of volunteer work. We also provide fostering support by finding homes for friendly and young cats, which otherwise would be living harsh lives on the street.


The kitties say thank you!

Last year was busy for SOKS. Our efforts to help Stockton communities by helping cats is becoming better known. We receive more and more calls from people asking us to help spay and neuter cats in their neighborhoods.


We started on University of the Pacific's campus where we trapped-neutered-released 20 cats. With Pacific students' help, we also held a fundraiser at Pacific Trail Coffee and organized a feeding schedule for the campus cats. Then we moved to the nearby neighborhood and further.


We are very proud of our achievements in 2022:

  • Spayed and neutered 146 cats

  • Held two adoption events

  • Adopted out 20 cats and kittens

SOKS depends on support from the community and our wonderful donors. We cannot thank them enough! InSeason Nursery in Stockton and Crane Landing Apartments in Lodi are two local businesses where we held our adoption events in the past year. At Crane Landing, we met Valerie who is now SOKS foster volunteer and is helping us provide a temporary home for the cats.

A group of women
SOKS volunteers at InSeason Nursery

Of course, we could not have done it without our amazing volunteers: Elizabeth Lira, Barbara Heizer, Dolores Cooper, Asia Salomon, Jennifer Nunez, Lisa Nichols and Valerie Fox. You are the best! We also get help from Stockton residents who get involved and help SOKS help their neighborhoods.


We tip our hats to the ACT team. Miss Eva Kennedy played a very important part in helping us accomplish our goals in 2022. Thank you!


Here is to another successful year!


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