Kylie asked the Kansas City Chiefs player for assistance after her husband turned down the suggestion to get a pet cat
Kylie Kelce is asking her brother-in-law for help convincing her husband, Jason Kelce, to get a cat.
On Friday’s bonus episode of the podcast New Heights with Jason and Travis Kelce, Kylie, 31, and Kanas City Chiefs player Travis Kelce, 34, discussed how they could work together to get Jason, 36, on board with adding a feline to his family.
“No, here’s the deal, I told Jason that I want to get a cat,” Kylie said on the episode. “And he told me no. And I feel like you might like cats now.”
“What color cat do you want,” Travis responds to his sister-in-law.
“I don’t want you to send a cat. I just want you to get on my team here,” she replies, adding that she asked because she thought Travis “might like cats now.”
Travis is notably dating Taylor Swift, who is a proud cat mom. The singer-songwriter’s pet family includes three felines — Meredith Grey, Olivia Benson, and Benjamin Button — whom she openly adores.
All three cats have made appearances on Swift’s social media pages and in some of her music videos. In 2020, the superstar’s pets were also featured in her holiday card, wearing cute winter gear against a black-and-white background reminiscent of the singer-songwriter’s 2020 album folklore.
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The Grammy winner has also said that her beloved cats have had some influence over her career. In 2019, she told TIME, “I have cats. I’m obsessed with them. I love my cats so much that when a role came up in a movie called Cats, I just thought, like, I gotta do this.” Swift even attended a “cat school” on set to prepare for her role.
The “Anti-Hero” singer has spoken several times over the years about why she developed such an affinity for cats, telling TIME, “They’re very dignified. They’re independent. They’re very capable of dealing with their own life.”