Miranda Lambert will go to great lengths to help rescue animals. Recently, the country superstar shared her story of helping a pet shelter in her town of Tishomingo, Oklahoma and got very emotional while doing so.
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You know what's great about being a foster home for an animal in need? You save two lives. The life of that dog or cat, and the life of the one who needed to come into the shelter, where there is now more room.
Every country music fans knows there's one thing Miranda Lambert can't resist: Dogs in need. Their size and breed doesn't matter -- she's taken in anything from bloodhounds to puppies in ditches -- and now, she's brought home another one, this time at the request of a 6-year-old fan.
Miranda Lambert is a true patron saint for homeless dogs. The singer spent her Sunday (Sept. 8) helping to place 40 dogs in new homes at an adoption drive held at the Tishomingo Animal Shelter in Okla. as part of the final Dog Days of Summer event.
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