Miranda Lambert brings Christmas cheer to 13 pet shelters this holiday season

Miranda Lambert, aka the extraordinary animal lover, uses her powers for good.

If you know Lambert you know she has a special place in her heart for all animals and stands up for those furry friends who can’t speak for themselves. Going as far as to create its own MuttNation Foundation, an organization that promotes the adoption of pets in shelters, advances sterilization and educates the public about the benefits of these actions.

This is why his most recent action makes perfect sense.

The “House That Built Me” singer started the holidays on a charitable note by partnering with Tractor Supply Company, Miranda’s exclusive MuttNation line and pet food retailer, to help local shelters during winter season. holidays.

Lambert visited a tractor supply store in Franklin, Tennessee, bought thousands of dollars in pet food, toys and supplies, and made surprise stops at three local shelters – Williamson County Animal Center, Metro Nashville Animal Care & Control and Nashville Humane Association – donate the merchandise.

“At this time of year it is so important to remember shelter animals everywhere. These three shelters have been important local partners of MuttNation over the past few years, and we all know how difficult it has been for them, ”she said in a statement. “I just wanted to show my appreciation.”

But wait there is more. Tractor Supply Company then overthrew Lambert, surprising her by offering $ 1,000 gift cards to 10 shelters and rescues across the country that help elderly and / or special needs pets.

“MuttNation’s Love Harder campaign to raise awareness about dogs that are less frequently adopted has been an inspiration to all of us at Tractor Supply,” said Nicole Logan of TSC, vice president of divisional merchandise management. “We share Miranda’s affection for all of the animals at the shelter and wanted to support her efforts during this special time of year.”

The 10 shelters receiving $ 1,000 Tractor Supply gift cards are: Blind Dog Rescue Alliance (Boothwyn, PA), Deaf Dogs Rock (Salem VA), Gray Muzzle (Raleigh, NC), Heath’s Haven Rescue (Post Falls, ID ), Muttville Senior Dog Rescue (San Francisco, CA), Old Friends Senior Dog Sanctuary (Mt. Juliet, TN), Pets with Disabilities (Frederick, MD), Rolling Dog Farm (Lancaster, NH), The Sanctuary For Senior Dogs ( Cleveland, OH) and Vintage Legs (Sarasota, Florida).

Check out the video Lambert posted on Instagram as she shopped to help our four-legged friends.

“Don’t forget the shelter animals and the shelter workers while on vacation! she wrote.
“Thank you @TractorSupply to help us spread love. ”

Lambert and his team encourage everyone to remember shelter pets this time of year and to consider donating and supporting your local shelter.

Photo credit: Acacia Evans

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