Oklahoma City’s Best: Fat Cat Pawn

February 14, 2020 - Pawn Resources

Fat Cat Pawn proudly serves the customers of northwest Oklahoma city on W Memorial Rd.

They have a wide assortment of items they pawn, trade, sell, and buy like electronics, tools, jewelry, firearms, and valuable memorabilia. Rodney, who is the manager at Fat Cat Pawn, says he’s seen a fair share of unusual items like a 4 foot tall sword, and dog grooming gear. He’s also seen quite a few rare items like a Charvel guitar.

Husband and wife Bruce and Bev Strand decided two years ago that they would open Fat Cat Pawn because they they loved pawn shops for their bargain prices. Unlike most, Bruce and Bev planned to open Fat Cat Pawn as their retirement careers. When asked why the customers of northwest Oklahoma city love Fat Cat Pawn so much, Bev says,” We offer the community an alternative to banks for people looking for a short term loan, and also a retail store that offers quality new and used items for a bargain price.” Fat Cat Pawn has done so well that last month the Strand’s opened their second location in northwest Oklahoma city on Britton Rd.

Experience with PawnGuru

“It’s been great! We see a lot of items we normally don’t see like a rare Chevelle Guitar ” -Rodney (Manager of Fat Cat Pawn)

Customers know that the staff at Fat Cat Pawn live by their motto of “pay more, sell for less” with honesty and integrity.

Big Fat Pawn is open Monday-Friday from 10-6pm and Saturday from 10-5pm.

Tips From the Pros

    • Take quality pictures and give very descriptive descriptions of the item you wish to sell or pawn.
  • When you use PawnGuru, be sure to include as much description with your photo as possible.
David Stiebel
David Stiebel

David Stiebel is one of the cofounders of PawnGuru. David was educated at MIT, where he studied Math. He subsequently worked at Bain as a data scientist before starting PawnGuru in 2015. He started PawnGuru to build a better tool for pawn shops and consumers to connect.

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