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Clothing featured in Auxiliary Magazine

Posted Andrew Davis

Hey cool cats checkout the newest issue of auxiliary magazine. Not only is the magazine a quick fix for your futurepop addiction, pages 34-35 has a spread "Dangerous Curves Ahead", featuring many items available at Cats Like Us! A big THANK YOU to Meagan B-H for having us! Visit Auxiliary mMagazine here: http://ow.ly/HIdU

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Dolly Bags Trunk Show

Posted Andrew Davis

Dungaree Dolly's visit to our store Saturday, Nov. 21 was a big success! We had a great time having her in-house, and we all made some new friends. A big THANK YOU to Beth, Christine, Jason, and everyone who came out to say "hi". For more info about Dungaree Dolly, visit her website here dungareedolly.com

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Cats Like Us Online Clothing Store

Posted Andrew Davis

Hey cats and kittens, the webstore is now live, just in time for the holidays! The webstore carries almost everything that is in the store and we are adding more every day, so check back often! To visit the webstore click the "SHOP" button at the top of the webpage or click here.

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Cats Like Us Website

Posted Andrew Davis

The new Cats Like Us website is live! Hooray! We have been working very hard the past few weeks on the website. And although it has taken longer than expected (who knew running a store is so much work?) we're pretty happy with it. Of course it is a work in progress, so there may be some small changes as we settle down. We will be updating the news and events pages quite frequently now (and facebook less) so check back often! The next step in our master plan (bwuhhhaaahahaha!) is to launch our webstore. In the coming weeks we...

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CITY OF TONAWANDA: Store offers old styles in new clothing

Posted Andrew Davis

CITY OF TONAWANDA: Store offers old styles in new clothing By Daniel Pye The Tonawanda News City of Tonawanda seniors walking down Main Street this weekend will see a new shop that reminds them of old times. Cats Like Us, the newest addition to the city’s main drag, features the fashions of the ‘40s, ’50s and ’60s blended with all kinds of other accessories that hearken back to the good old days. It took Andrew and Julie Anne Davis two months to get the place up and running, from new paint to a black-and-white checkered floor, but now it’s ready...

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