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Last November, the country music star opened a five-acre animal shelter called Redemption Ranch.  (I just found out about it, and I’m sure this is news to some of you, too.)  Her MuttNation Foundation  took over the Tishomingo, Oklahoma shelter and revitalized it.  Now dubbed Redemption Ranch, it can claim the no-kill status, which is a 180 from where it was a couple of years ago – barbarically gassing dogs to death.  There are much larger kennels, better fencing, a nursery, and an intensive care unit.

Lambert and her mom, Bev, founded MuttNation in 2007 to raise money for medical care, shelter, and adoption of animals worldwide.  Since it was launched, over $1.5 million has been raised for animals’ treatments, food, puppy mill rescues, service dog training, education programs, spay and neuter initiatives, and legislative changes.

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Now dubbed Redemption Ranch, it can claim the no-kill status, which is a 180 from where it was a couple of years ago – barbarically gassing dogs to death. Read more Miranda Lambert Opens an Animal Sanctuary

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