Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Taylor Swift's cats are taking over Instagram

You know how people always say that celebrities are just like us? Well, Taylor Swift is today's living proof. Case in point: she's just as obsessed with Instagramming photos of her pets as we are.

Taylor Swift's cats are taking over Instagram

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Photo via Instagram.
Photo via Instagram.

You know how people always say that celebrities are just like us? Well, Taylor Swift is today's living proof. Case in point: she's just as obsessed with Instagramming photos of her pets as we are. When she isn't performing at the VMAs or hanging out with best friend Karlie Kloss, she's cozying up with kitties Meredith and Olivia, who are ruling over the Internet one big-eyed, smushed-faced photo at a time.

So if you've ever felt silly for missing your pets too much, don't worry. One look at her custom-decorated iPhone and you'll see that Taylor has been there before too.

Can we blame her for loving her cats so much that she wants to share them with the world? Try looking through these photos of them without even the faintest twitch of a smile (we couldn't do it).

Source: Instagram user taylorswift

This story was originally published on POPSUGAR Pets. See it here

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