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Rochelle is the founder and writer and driving force behind Barn Cat Lady. She has a zillion and one cat stories to share. As well as experiences that drive her in this cause to help the homeless cats.

She designed this website to educate. To help people to help other homeless cats in their own communities.  After seeing so much misinformation and ignorance about the feral felines of the world, this became her goal.

Most feral and community cat groups get little funding for their TNR efforts.  It’s sad but true. Rochelle decided to inform, educate and get people motivated to do something instead of expecting someone else to fix it. We all must take a stand.

These are her personal opinions, stories, experiences, and missions!

My Boy Buddy

My Boy Buddy

Here’s Buddy! Buddy is my boy. He’s a chill dude. He’s beloved by cats wherever he goes. Buddy is an orange tabby and everyone loves orange tabbies! I told you the story of Daisy in a previous post. This is her littermate and brother, Buddy. How It Began Initially, I had decided to adopt one of the six teenage kittens …

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One Lucky Cat: Echo

One Lucky Cat: Echo

Meet Echo! A tortoiseshell female cat of unknown age and origin who has been both unlucky and lucky in life as a barn cat. She’s a real character though, so you’ll love her and her sass! Warning: There is one slightly graphic picture of her injured and scraped up leg in this post.  If you’re sensitive to pictures of this …

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Little Miss Daisy at 1 year

Little Miss Daisy

You’re interested in meeting my girl, Little Miss Daisy? Excellent! She’ll be happy to know people are checking out her pictures. She thinks she’s very important, you know. She’s even got a video on YouTube now! How cool is that? Scroll down to the bottom to see it here, as well. Adoption Daisy was born in a litter of six …

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Cute Cream Tabby Kitten with Blue Eyes

Meet the Cats

Are you ready to meet the cats? After all, I can’t be the Barn Cat Lady without my loyal companions, can I? I have two personal cats that I adopted as older kittens and (failed) to make an indoor pet out of them. They are fully vaccinated and fixed, have microchips and collars (break-away) as if they were beloved family …

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