Country music star Miranda Lambert, who recently raised funds for shelters and rescues at the fifth annual Cause for the Paws benefit concert in Beaumont, Texas– is now raising awareness of five 7-week-old German Short-haired Pointers and one 9-month-old Lab mix who were found abandoned at an Oklahoma day care.
The singer who took “The House That Built Me” to the top of the charts is now hoping to find forever homes for the dogs, who have each received a moniker from the music maker. A shy guy who the singer says “could be the soul mate to her newly adopted Loretta,” the black Lab mix has been dubbed Conway, while the plethora of German Short-haired Pointer pups have been named Jackson Brown, Cabella, Bentley, Whitley and Ms. Danks. To find out the origin of each name and see snapshots of the country crooner cuddling the adorable adoptables, visit Muttnation Foundation’s Facebook page.
Miranda Lambert announced the news of her dogged determination to find homes for the dogs on July 2nd, and by the morning of July 3rd Muttnation Foundation (which was founded by the singer in order to fund spay/neuter programs, reduce the euthanasia rate of healthy companion animals and train shelter dogs for therapy programs) happily reported that two of the pups– Jackson Brown and Whitley– have been adopted by pet parents.
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