SOCA Adoptables

Saving Our Companion Animals – Fort Bend County

SOCA – FBC is a non-profit, 501c3 organization run solely by volunteers dedicated to saving and improving the lives of companion animals. 

SOCA Adoptables

Our Mission

Saving Our Companion Animals – Fort Bend County (SOCA-FBC) is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization. SOCA-FBC is dedicated to saving and improving the lives of companion animals and promoting responsible pet ownership in Fort Bend County, TX. Our 100% volunteer organization helps sick/injured animals, urgent or needy shelter pets, and community animals needing to be re-homed. We render assistance to our local shelters. We believe that becoming a community that cares for its pets starts with Education, Assistance and Accountability. We rely 100% on contributions from the public and your generous support in providing foster homes for the pets in need.

Choose to open your heart and home

Would you like the chance to win a year’s supply of Blue Buffalo food for your pet and $1,000 for SOCA?

Blue Buffalo and Helen Woodward Animal Center are calling on all NEW paw-rents and family members to share the news about your furry addition to your family! Join the 2020 #IChoseToRescue Contest for your chance to win!

Adopt from SOCA between October 1, 2020 and January 3, 2021!

Take a photo of your new furry family member after their adoption!

Upload the photo
OR post to social media by tagging @hwac and @bluebuffalo & using the hashtag #IChoseToRescue!

Identify SOCA as your rescue organization!

A Winner will be selected for each month (October, November, and December).

Submit Your Adoption Story 

Giving Thanks

Thank you to these organizations who are helping SOCA through this challenging time with generous donations!

Thank you to our supporters who generously donated to the launch of our new transport program! Our van will transport dogs and cats from Ft. Bend Co. to adopters in other parts of the country, where rescue animals are in higher demand. With our own van, we’ll be transporting an estimated 120 animals/year (increase from past average of 3 animals/year).