Miranda Lambert sparks reaction with emotional new video: ‘Keep an open mind’
Miranda Lambert shared an encouraging video in honor of the special day, asking fans to keep an open mind when talking about love.
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The country music singer uploaded a compilation video to Instagram of her playing with several different dogs while visiting an animal shelter. Miranda was overcome with emotion as she ran over the canines.
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Miranda – who co-founded MuttNation, a non-profit organization she started with her mother Bev in 2009 that advocates for shelter dogs and spays and neuters – used the video to urge her fans to “keep an open mind Keep the pet dog
“I encourage you to keep an open mind if you are looking for a new puppy.” he wrote at the top of the clip. “These dogs have a harder time finding homes: pit mixes, senior dogs, large black dogs, dogs with disabilities.”
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He added:They have so much love in them… and they just need us to love them a little more.”
Miranda urged fans to keep an open mind when looking for a pet dog
Her fans were moved by the sweet clip, with one replying: “Miranda you have a big heart thank you for always helping somewhere and thank you for sharing.”
“I just love you guys. Thank you for helping spread the word about these special babies! They are the best,” said the second. A third added: “Thanks Miranda! Your voice helps!”
Miranda is a big animal lover and a staunch supporter of animal shelters where she has volunteered since she was a teenager.
Miranda has several rescue pets at home
“I always tell people who want to help that volunteering, fostering and adoption are very important to any shelter,” she previously said.
“Even if you’re not in a position to adopt, maybe you have time to foster or volunteer — it all makes a big difference.”
Miranda and her husband Brendan McLaughlin They have five rescue dogs in their home: Thelma, Louise, Delta Dawn, Cher and Bellamy. and two tequila and pasta cats.
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