Miranda Lambert hosted a dog adoption drive in her hometown of Tishomingo, Oklahoma on Sunday.
The country music star is a long-time supporter of animal charities. She founded the MuttNation foundation in 2009 to end pet suffering and homelessness around the world. Earlier this year, Lambert also partnered with the Pedigree Feeding Project to supply animal shelters with free dog food.
Lambert encouraged residents to visit the Tishomingo Animal Shelter for the adoption drive, where she introduced them to the center’s rescue animals. She handed out free refreshments and posted photos of all the dogs who found loving families.
At the end of the event, Lambert proudly announced on Twitter, “Final count… over 40 shelter dogs from Tishomingo found a forever home today! That’s somethin’ to smile about!”
Husband and fellow country music singer, Blake Shelton, also tweeted, “I hear the dog rescue drive is going great at Tishomingo animal shelter!!! High five mirandalambert!!! I love you…”