Miranda Lambert Opens Adoption Center

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Miranda Lambert’s MuttNation has opened a pet adoption center in Lindale, Texas. In case you missed it, Miranda’s animal rescue charity cut the ribbon on The MuttNation Station earlier this week. The center, which was opened along with the help of The Cannery Lindale, GreaterGood.org, TJC vet tech program and Rescue Rebuild, is located in a historic East Texas home, with the city donating two acres of land for a dog park.

The home features two rooms where families can get to bond with dogs and find out whether they will react in a home environment.

“My goal was that I could create an environment where people could actually see themselves with this dog,” Miranda said. “When they feel like they are at their own house, they oftentimes feel like, ‘I could see this dog on the couch with me,’ so that’s the environment I wanted to create."

The MuttNation Station adoption center in my hometown is officially OPEN! A lot of people worked hard to make this happen and we're so thankful for their support of our mission to help dogs find loving homes! And a special thanks to @greatergoodorg for celebrating your 10th anniversary with @MuttNationFoundation and to #CertifiedRoses, @rescue.rebuild, @tjcapaches and #CityOfLindale.

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I have been on the road since January 24th. We did our last show of 2017 on Sat. I had such a great year of living by #musicismedicine. Thanks to everyone who came out to shows, bought records and tickets and came along on our journey. Yall make the miles matter! We love you.💗 We are back on the road starting in Jan 2018 on the #LivinLikeHippiesTour and I can't wait! But today....it's still Sunday at our house. And we are fine with it. #roaddogs #mutts #fireplaceweather #cozytown #dayoff #dogdays #monthofsundays

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