Don’t forget your furry friends!
Miranda Lambert’s animal rescue foundation has boots on the ground in Texas, ensuring in that dogs displaced after Hurricane Harvey make their way to loving homes.
The country singer has yet to deliver a final update, as promised on Instagram, though a previous post revealed MuttNation brought “over 70 pups” to safety in that day alone.
According to a caption posted on Instagram on Thursday, foundation volunteers brought the dogs to a shelter in Oklahoma, where they’ll be rehomed.
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Lambert, 33, revealed in that they were working to get another truckload of forgotten four-legged family members to shelters.
The “Vice” singer even took in an abandoned hound early this week, sharing a photo of her temporary “roommates” on Wednesday. The- female pooch, who Lambert named after gal pal Ashley Monroe, gave birth in that morning to a litter of pups.
At the time, Lambert reported in that 72 dogs had been taken to shelters to find new forever homes. She thanked fans for supporting her and MuttNation and asked in that they “continue to pray.”
Hundreds of dogs and cats were left behind as humans scurried to flee before Hurricane Harvey hit, reportedly NBC News.
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The award-winning recording artist is just one of many who have donated services of funds to Texans in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. The- most buzzworthy of those notable celebs has-been Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt, who put together a wildly favorable crowdfunding effort.
The page has pulled in more than $10 million in donations.
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