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and clever thinkers who repurpose, recycle and re-home antique and vintage task masters, market their wares in antique and vintage inspired stores, buy estate contents . . . and bake things from scratch. (repurpose)


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Estate Sale Company Serving Yakima, Kittitas, Benton and Snohomish Counties


The Cat Eye Girls are part and parcel of a larger team of seasoned professionals "teaming" with integrity, knowledge and marketing savvy.  We conduct estate sales on-premise estate sales.  As a professional estate sale company we:

  • Provide full and partial estate liquidation services . . . we plan, prep and conduct the sale.
  • Assist clients downsize do to changed circumstance.
  • Provide answers to questions like "where to start?" "what has value?" "what makes for the most successful estate sales?"
  • Serve Yakima, Snohomish and Kittitas Counties.  (Yakima, Tieton, Gleed, Toppenish, Sunnyside, Prosser, Ellensburg, Everett, Marysville, Arlington, Monroe and Snohomish).
  • Buy estate contents: single items or entire contents.
  • Freely share our "estate sale" knowledge with prospective clients.

Contact Teresa Mitchell, Agent 99, for more information and to discover how the Cat Eye Girls can assist you in liquidating a full or partial estate in Yakima, Kittitas, Benton or Snohomish County, Washington.

We freely share what we know . . . Click here for tips on how to conduct a great estate sale.


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Here's a little trivia! 

Agent 99 and Elle Williams regulary use the phrase, "The gift that keeps on giving" when knowledge is shared, exchanged  and transfered. . . though neither knew where the phrase came from . . . until Agent 99 came home with 3 Victrola packing crate panels hinged together to make a screen . . . while waxing it in prepartion to take to a vintage market she read the tagline printed on one of the crate panels . . . it read:

"The Gift that Keeps
On Giving!" 

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Cat Eye Girls
1840 St. Hilaire Rd
Yakima, WA 98901