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My name is Hammy, Bailey Bean Bear!

Posted 1 year ago

I'm being cared for by
Paws & Whiskers

Facts about me

Domestic Shorthair
Spotted Tabby/Leopard Spotted
Pet ID
Hair Length

My info

Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

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Extremely Bonded Trio Siblings: Hammy, Bean Bear and Bailey

Male, Female, White/Brown Tabby, 4.5 years old

Life has not been at all fair to precious siblings Hammy, Bean Bear, and sister Bailey. These babies were rescued 4.5 yrs ago as kittens after someone threatened to poison them and wonder why still no one has come for them. With age they are an extremely BONDED TRIO that cannot be split up. They dream of a loving home where they can have their own family and free reign to run around and be cats.

Bailey is adorable with her pink nose. She is very sweet and playful. Hammy is a very sweet soul who seeks human attention. Brother Bean Bear likes to be the observer, making sure everyone behaves. They spend their days on a cat tree in the window. They have been extremely low maintenance and easy babies who just want to be loved. They would need a little patience and time to acclimate to a new environment and family. We absolutely welcome a foster to adopt situation.
Please contact for more information/application.

Paws & Whiskers

Contact info
Pet ID
Carina Levene
Atlanta, GA 30318

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Must complete an adoption application that is reviewed and approved before adoption.

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More about this rescue

Paws and Whiskers (PAW) is a 501(c)3 operating in Atlanta, GA. We are a volunteer rescue & adoption organization, started in 2011 with the purpose of helping abandoned and feral cats and their caregivers. We do occasionally help stray dogs as well. Please browse our site: and contact us for more information.