Taylor Swift donates to Tennessee animal shelter; 4 puppies named after her songs

TENNESSEE — Taylor Swift reportedly donated to an animal shelter in Tennessee and in her honor, the shelter name four puppies after some of her hit songs.

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Williamson County Animal Center, located just outside of Nashville, Tennessee, shared that they named four mixed-breed puppies after Swift, according to Billboard.

“We recently received a generous donation from legendary singer-songwriter Taylor Swift. While all Swifties know Taylor loves cats, we hope she won’t mind that we named our newest adoptable puppies after her songs: “Carolina,” “Bejeweled,” “Midnight Rain” and “Willow,” said Williamson County Animal Center on Facebook.

The shelter said that two of the four puppies -- “Midnight Rain” and “Willow” -- were adopted last weekend.

According to Billboard, there were still two dogs available -- “Carolina” and “Bejeweled” -- as of Tuesday.

We are very grateful for Taylor’s support of our shelter, which serves the pets of Williamson County through adoption, spay and neuter, enforcement, microchips, rabies clinics and paw pantry,” the shelter reported on Facebook.

Anyone interested in adopting one of the other puppies or to learn more about Williamson County Animal Center, visit their website.