Taylor Swift is celebrating the massive success of her re-recorded album Fearless by "addressing a very pressing issue."
The "issue" was about her beloved cat Meredith.
"WELL WELL WELL you all really went out and left my greatest expectations in shambles this week," she captioned the video on April 16. "Word on the street is you made Fearless (my version) the biggest country album first week of the last 6 years and the top release of 2021 so far. Honestly??? How?? Did I get this lucky???? I wanted to say thank you to you so today I will be addressing a very pressing issue."
In the video, Taylor held her cat Benjamin Button to answer the growing concern among her fans that Meredith was missing.
"We've been hearing some rumors on the internet recently … I mean they're not about you Benj," she said, "but, they're about your sister."
The video quickly cut to screen grabs of comments worrying about Meredith, including one that indicated Meredith hadn't been physically seen for a year. The screen then read: "The truth is, Meredith just HATES having her picture taken."
Taylor then posted a hilarious series of images of Meredith looking uncomfortable in front of the camera.
"So, yeah, there it is. There you have it. That's the explanation. She's just a really private little cat," Taylor said. "She likes her business kept to herself. She doesn't like a camera shoved in her face. And who can blame her?"
To end the video, Taylor attempted to interview Meredith about being a recluse.
"So do you have any comment on the recent allegations that you're a missing cat?" Taylor said. Surprising no one, the cat scurried away.