Taylor Swift attends the 2019 InStyle And Warner Bros. Golden Globes After Party. Getty Images/Rich Fury

... Ready for it? Singer Taylor Swift has applied to trademark her newest cat, Benjamin Button. As reported by TMZ, the move was made in order to allow the "ME!" singer to sell merchandise of her four-legged pet in the future if she so decides.

This seems like a likely consideration for Swift, 29, as her other two cats, Meredith and Olivia, made their own product debuts last year on earrings, pens, and more. According to "GMA," the official trademark is said to be "Meredith, Olivia & Benjamin Swift."

The application was filed on June 19 and covers a range of products, including "Jewelry; Jewelry charms; Bracelets; Rubber or silicone wristbands in the nature of a bracelet; Jewelry boxes; Jewelry cases" and more.

Benjamin was adopted by Swift earlier this year after she met him on the set of her "ME!" music video. During an appearance on "The Ellen Degeneres Show" in May, the musician recalled their introduction. "... They hand me this tiny cat and I never really experienced a cat that the second I held this little kitten he started purring like a motor."

Continuing, she said, "I was like, 'Okay, whose cat is this? You're really lucky whoever owns this cat.' And then the girl was like, 'Actually, he doesn't have a home.'" Then, Swift shared, "My eyes turned into hearts and I just immediately was like, 'I can't think about anything else.'"

No word on if or when Benjamin Button merch will be available, but Swifties will likely remain on the lookout for more information in the future.