Miranda Lambert is aiding Metro 'Animal Care and Control' work to help animals impacted by Nashville Tornado.
A couple of hours earlier, we covered a story where Miranda Lambert was all praise to her tour drivers, and thank them personally via her Instagram posts. Beside, she also sends her condolences to Nashville and its citizens who are affected by the tornado.
Nashville Tornado - Miranda Lambert is aiding 'Metro Animal Care & Control's work to help animals impacted by Nashville tornado. Source: Miranda Lambert Instagram
Since Miranda is on her break from Wildcard Tour, the American country singer and songwriter is using hiatus for philanthropic work. 'The House That Built Me' singer is doing her best, helping to aid in relief efforts.
The singer recently uploaded a picture on her social media, where the singer details her fans about the work she is involved in. The singer, along with 'MuttNation' are aiding 'Metro Animal Care & Control's work to help animals impacted by the Tornado in Nashville.
The singer on her Instagram post wrote, "Metro Animal Care & Control is working hard to help animals impacted by the Tornado in Nashville," Lambert wrote. "[Mutt Nation] and I are supporting their efforts and appreciate y'all doing anything you can to help fur babies in need, too!" followed by a hashtag "NashvilleStrong."
The singer also updated the same message on her other social media, including Twitter, and shared a link, if someone would care to join their case.
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Certainly, there could not be a better way to utilize your break. While many of us would have considered relaxing and rest our tired bones, 'Tin Man' singer is doing something fabulous there!
Kudo's to the singer; we really are proud of you. Miranda's Wildcard Tour will resume in April, so she still has plenty of time to aid in help and then rest before her tour begins.