When Taylor Swift and Martha Hunt hang out, there are a lot of emotions involved.

The dynamic duo hung out at T.Swift's Manhattan apartment Wednesday night, choosing to have a low-key evening after a busy New York Fashion Week. The "Style" songstress gave fans an inside look at their night at home with an Instagram story that followed Hunt's developing relationship with Swift's cat Meredith.

While sitting on the couch, Martha became friends with Meredith, who usually has an "ice cold heart," according to Swift's video caption. The model continued to pet Meredith, who seemed very content where she plopped down, while sipping on her glass of white wine, but even though Hunt looked totally at peace with her new pal, Swift couldn't get over how warm her cat was acting.

Taylor Swift, Martha Hunt, Instagram


"Meredith loves only Martha and no one else," Swift wrote on another video that show Martha taking selfies with Meredith.

"They're taking pictures together now," she added in her narration. "She never take pictures with me."

When it became clear that Martha and Meredith couldn't be separated, Swift metaphorically threw up her hands and let them be. "Tonight has been an emotional roller coaster," she captioned one final video of Martha and her new BFF.

Taylor Swift, Martha Hunt, Instagram


Ever since news broke that Swift and Tom Hiddleston split, the 1989 songstress has been keeping busy with her gal-pals. "She is hanging with her girls for emotional support and friendship," a source told E! News. "She has a close set of women around her."

She supported BFF Gigi Hadid at her Tommy Hilfiger TommyXGigi fashion show, where she was spotted singing along to a song she co-wrote with ex-boyfriend Calvin Harris. She also went spent time with Gigi and her boyfriend Zayn Malik, and now she's turning to Hunt for some quality time.

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