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Miranda Lambert rescues another stray dogMiranda Lambert rescues another stray dog

Miranda Lambert Takes in Another Stray Dog

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Country singer Miranda Lambert is opening her home and heart to another stray dog she found last week.

She discovered the adorable dog on May 15 and made sure the Twitter world got word. “New puppy I found last week. Loretta! She will go to a new good home soon I hope.:) or maybe she is already. Hehe.”

Lambert has yet to find Loretta a home and there’s still no word yet whether her and husband Blake Shelton will keep her. She seems to be falling in love with the pooch minute by minute.

Most recently she tweeted, “Sweet Loretta on her first bus ride. I’m gettin really attached:) shhh don’t tell Blake. http://pic.twitter.com/c6O1Hag9.”

Miranda Lambert rescues another stray dog

Lambert is known for rescuing strays, and if you recall in April she rescued an adorable black and white pup off the side of a road. At one point she also took in a kitten and a bloodhound named Ophelia.

The 28-year-old really has a knack for rescuing strays. Keep up the good work! Maybe she can even convince her hubby to keep Loretta. If not, hopefully Loretta will find a safe, loving home.

Either way, fair warning to the people who aren’t kind to their companions. Lambert tweeted, “And I hope I never see the people that dump them. For [their] sake. It won’t be pretty.”

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