Betty White reunited with a special friend, just before she celebrated her 91st birthday on January 17.
The Lifeline Program, a life settlement provider for which White acts as a spokesmodel, recently presented the actress with an early birthday gift -- a red-tailed boa constrictor named Jacob, who starred with her in a 2011 music video called "I'm Still Hot," which also featured electro pop singer Luciana and a group of shirtless men.
"Jacob the boa constrictor is good as gold and cuddles in my arms ... and around my neck," White said about her early birthday reunion with Jacob, according to a statement released by the Lifetime Program on January 15.
The snake is from the Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens. White is a co-chair of the Los Angeles Zoo Association and has worked with the group for more than 50 years.
At age 91, White, who rose to fame with "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and "The Golden Girls," of which she is the last surviving cast member, continues to work. Her NBC prank series "Off Their Rockers" airs on Tuesdays. She also stars in the TV Land sitcom "Hot In Cleveland," which is on its fourth season.
Check out 21 fun facts about Betty White and also watch the music video for "I'm Still Hot" below.