Meow! Taylor Swift Shares 'Cherished' Birthday Gift

Miller Mobley
Taylor Swift photographed Nov. 18, 2014 at Siren Studios in Los Angeles.

How do you top a star-studded birthday celebration like the one Taylor Swift just had?  

That's easy. If you're Girls star Lena Dunham, you get your bestie something with a cat on it. On Dec. 13, Swift turned 25 and to celebrate the milestone, Dunham gifted the singer with a necklace featuring a kitty on it.

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"My birthday present from @lenadunham my new most cherished possession," she wrote on Instagram of the feline-inspired accessory.


My birthday present from @lenadunham my new most cherished possession.

Een foto die is geplaatst door Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) op Dec 12, 2014 at 12:03 PST

For fans looking for even more Swift birthday goodness, more pictures from that aforementioned bash were shared on social media, including the moment she blew out her birthday candles. We see you there, Selena Gomez.


When you're making wish, but you already have all you really need standing around you.

A photo posted by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on Dec 12, 2014 at 3:57pm PST


@taylorswift knows how to throw a birthday party. Happy 25th my O.G. Bestie.

Une photo publiée par Abigail Anderson (@abigail_lauren) le Déc. 12, 2014 at 3:50 PST

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On day before turning the big 2-5, on Dec. 12, Swift was honored as Billboard's 2014 Woman of the Year at an A-list fete in New York City. At the event, Aretha Franklin sang "Happy Birthday" to the chart-topper with folks like Hayley Williams, Charli XCX, Betty Who and Beyonce in the audience.  

"Being named Billboard Woman of the Year for a second time is this amazing early birthday present," Swift said during the event. "I turn 25 at midnight tonight, and I fully intend to to celebrate like it's 1989."

"I knew it was a bad joke when I wrote it," she later added, "and I just did it anyway!"


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