Country singer Miranda Lambert is putting her efforts into saving animals affected by Hurricane Harvey.


She has helped relocate more than 70 pups that were stranded in Texas during the tropical storm and its aftermath. The singer launched the MuttNation Foundation with her mother Bev Lambert in 2009, which was founded to promote the adoption of shelter pets, and operates “hand in hand with municipal animal shelters.”

“Thx to some amazing transportation volunteers, we sent over 70 pups to a shelter in OK today. Rigs now rolling into Houston for another load,” she posted on twitter with a photo.

Now Lambert has shifted the foundation’s efforts toward helping animals in Houston and the surrounding areas. She even shared a photo of a dog and her newborn puppies that she took into her own home overnight in a rescue effort.

“We’re starting Day #3 in Houston!! Good morning from @mirandalambert and the pups,” said the official MuttNation Foundation Twitter account. They are also trying to get volunteers who have access to vans and trucks to help transport the dogs to dry land and to new shelters where they will be safe. In addition, they are asking for toys, blankets, treats, and more for the animals rescued and relocated.

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