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Enter Your Meredith Era With These Taylor Swift-Inspired Pet Products

Use the occasion of T.S.’s 33rd birthday to treat your pet like royalty (a.k.a. Meredith, Olivia, and Benjamin Swift).

by Rebecca Caplan
December 13, 2022
Taylor Swift holding two small kittens in each hand and smiling down at them
Taylor Swift via Instagram

It’s no secret that Taylor Swift is cat-obsessed, and we mean that in the highest regard possible. The Midnights artist, who announced her highly anticipated 2023 “Eras Tour” this fall and subsequently knocked the earth off its axis, doesn’t play around when it comes to her cats, Olivia Benson, Meredith Grey, and Benjamin Button. And the cats don’t play around, either: Olivia alone is allegedly worth $97 million (human dollars, to be clear). Taylor’s cats are such a huge part of her brand that the superstar, who turns 33 years old today, even released a line of merch dedicated to them back in 2018. 

For Swifties, Taylor’s love of cats is just another thing that makes Taylor the chart-topping queen she is. So, why not celebrate Swift’s return to stage (if Ticketmaster didn’t dash your biggest hopes and dreams) with your own furry Taylor stans? After all, “karma is a cat” — and the reason you have a second shot at those “Eras Tour” tix. Below, find quintessential Taylor Swift-inspired merch for all kinds of Swiftie pets (except snakes, obviously).

three cat sweaters in white brown and navy

The Folklore cardigan was the must-have merch item of 2020; the limited-edition sweater consistently sold out on Tay’s website. Now, those lucky enough to have snagged one can enjoy a matching moment with their pup or cat. With sizes available in everything from XXS through XXL, pets of any size can join in the Swiftie festivities.

As always, use caution when putting clothes of any kind on your pet and make sure they won’t overheat. If they don’t want to wear it, don’t force them to do so, or they’ll write a very Swiftian revenge song about you a decade later.

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Rebecca Caplan

Rebecca Caplan is a writer based in Brooklyn whose work has been featured in The New Yorker, Reductress, and Vulture. She lives in Brooklyn with her perfect, toothless dog Moose.

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