MuttNation Foundation Holds Annual Adoption Event


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For the third consecutive year, Miranda Lambert’s MuttNation Foundation will hold an adoption event at the CMA Music Festival in Nashville. Partnering with Nashville Humane Association, MuttNation will have adoptable dogs available June 7-10 from 11am-3pm. Bev Lambert, Miranda’s mom and co-founder of MuttNation Foundation, will be on-site to have photos taken with each adopting family. With MuttNation’s support, more than 100 shelter dogs have been rescued by country music fans at CMA Fest over the past two years. 

“MuttNation’s mission is to promote the adoption of shelter pets, spay and neuter, and to let everyone know why these things are so important,” said Lambert, who has eight rescue dogs. “Since country music fans are the most passionate people out there, CMA Fest is a great place to accomplish these goals. And it’s the world’s best feeling when you make the perfect match between a rescue and a new owner, knowing it’s creating such an incredible bond that will grow deeper and stronger every day.”

Aa one-of-a-kind MuttNation branded Epiphone guitar signed by Miranda Lambert will ve on display at the Muttnation booth. It will be raffled off through an online lottery that can be entered using this link: www.crowdrise.com/muttnationguitar There will also be MuttNation merchandise and products from the MuttNation Fueled by Miranda Lambert pet collection by Petmate. Proceeds from sales of both benefit MuttNation Foundation.

 

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