Miranda Lambert Rallies To Help Animals Displaced by Middle Tennessee Tornadoes


Miranda Lambert is stepping up to help animals that were displaced by the tornadoes that tore through parts of Middle Tennessee last week.

The superstar, who is known for her extensive philanthropic efforts, especially when it comes to dogs, visited Metro Animal Care and Control in Nashville after the storms to get an update on how the facility is handling the influx of pets.

In a video shared to her social media accounts, Lambert explained the need for donations of supplies and promised to match all monetary donations made to her MuttNation Foundation up to $37,500. In total, with the matching donation, the superstar hopes to raise $75,000 to support shelters in Davidson, Putnam, Wilson and Benton counties.

“People need help and so do the animals,” she shared in the clip.


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Fans can visit THIS LINK to make a donation. At the time this article was published, the donations totaled $29,303.

Miranda Lambert is currently in the midst of her Wildcard Tour, which runs through May 9. Her latest single, “Bluebird,” is at country radio now.