"Aunt Taylor came to meet Genevieve and the other babies last night 😺😺😺😺 💕," he captioned the post.
Swift was clearly smitten with JVN's cat, writing: "Genevieve of the House Van Ness, First of Her Name, the Unscratched, Queen of Meows and nose boops, Catleesi of the East River, Breaker of Wine Glasses, and Mother of hairballs."
The 32-year-old hairstylist loved her response and posted it on his Instagram Story. "F**k me up with this caption. I wasn't ready," he remarked.
“I follow you online and I love you guys so much and need to express my concern that things aren’t being taken seriously enough right now. I’m seeing lots of get togethers and hangs and parties still happening,” Swift wrote in a note posted to her Instagram Stories on Sunday. “This is the time to cancel plans, actually truly isolate as much as you can, and don’t assume that because you don’t feel sick that you aren’t possibly passing something on to someone elderly or vulnerable to this. It’s a really scary time but we need to make social sacrifices right now.”
Taylor Swift posted a pic of her beloved cat Olivia Benson on Wednesday night, and the look on the cat's pouty face says it all. The caption reads, "Captain Olivia Benson off duty like --," and if you could read OB's mind it might say "me too."
The look of abject "blah," combined with the front paws splayed to the side, laid-back posture and upright stance on a patterned couch in Swift's living room, sums up what a lot of us are feeling during the seemingly endless COVID-19 quarantine.
The comments on Twitter were on point, including one from the official feed of Law & Order: SVU -- "As you were, Captain" -- and another from a fan who posted side-by-side pics of Olivia with the caption, "me one day into quarantine" and "me one month into quarantine."
Lady Gaga Applauds Taylor Swift's 'Vulnerable' Performance of 'Soon You'll Get Better' Before she blew away Lady Gaga with her vulnerable performance of "Soon You'll Get Better" at last weekend's One World: Together At Home broadcast, Swift shared the sad news that she's been forced to cancel all of her 2020 shows due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
• Olivia Benson (Taylor Swiftʼs cat) — $97 MILLION
• Khloe Kardashian — $40 MILLION • Sam Smith — $40 MILLION • Demi Lovato — $33 MILLION • Kendall Jenner — $30 MILLION • Chandelier Singer — $25 MILLION • Hailey Baldwin — $2 MILLIONpic.twitter.com/OqVvnp4E6C
— sam ❁ (@samanthaswft) April 6, 2020
According to all reports, Swift’s cat, Olivia, has a net worth of $97 million. The money one cat can make is truly astonishing, if Olivia’s money coming from starring alongside her owner.
Thanks to Swift using Olivia in music videos and in commercials, the exposure has been tremendous. Helping this along is the unique look of Olivia … plus Swift’s other cat, Meredith Grey (named after the Grey’s Anatomy character).
Yes, Swift named her cats after two of the most popular women characters on TV. Plus, with these being Scottish fold cats, their appearance lends well to the camera.
Back in 2018, Grumpy Cat led the way as the wealthiest celebrity cat at $99 million. Nevertheless, having Olivia once nearly tied with the late Grumpy Cat is quite the feat.
Seeing these figures also proves cats are the biggest moneymakers over dogs. Most famous dogs make well under what their feline counterparts do. Maybe the reason for this is dogs have been in the showbiz limelight a little long compared to cats.
It's just another crazy "caturday" for Taylor Swift in quarantine.
Swift, who's been popping in with casual updates from home on social media recently, added a meme-ready photo of one of her cats, Olivia Benson, stretching out and looking ready for takeoff on her Instagram stories Saturday (May 9).
"In her mind she is zoomin through space and I love that for her," she captioned the snapshot, along with the appropriate hashtag #caturday.