Miranda Lambert’s MuttNation has been a roaring success for a third consecutive year during CMA Fest.
Over the course of the 4-day event, 56 dogs found their forever homes making a total of 150 MuttNation pups adopted in total since the adoption drive began.
Many of the dogs that were adopted at this year’s event were named in honour of some of country music’s biggest stars including: Lady A., Zac Brown, Luke Bryan, George Strait, Keith Urban, Dottie West, Tammy Wynette and, of course, Lambert – just to name a few.
The adoptable dogs came from MuttNation’s partner for the 2018 CMA Fest Adoption event, Nashville Humane Association.
“We’re thrilled that we were able to team up with MuttNation and find families for so many amazing dogs at this great event. We encourage everyone to come by Nashville Humane to see all of the beautiful animals for adoption,” said Becca Morris, NHA Director of Development & Community Outreach.
MuttNation was founded in 2009 by Lambert and her mother Bev. The foundation supports and partners with shelters across the US and has helped thousands of dogs find homes. It’s aim is to advance the adoption of shelter pets.
Talking about why MuttNation began Bev said, “Since early childhood Miranda has had a keen love for pets of all kinds, but especially for dogs. As her passion and platform grew it was only natural to want to use her voice to make a difference in their lives. Co-founding MNF was a great way to use our strong mother-daughter bond to further a cause so near and dear to our hearts.”
If you’re not able to adopt a pet, you can volunteer at a local shelter, foster an animal, purchase from the MuttNation Fueled by Miranda Lambert pet collection by Petmate (100% of Miranda’s profits benefit MuttNation), become a MuttNation Citizen, enter to wintheone-of-a kind Miranda signed guitar via CrowdRise, or donate to MuttNation.
For more information visit www.muttnation.com.