Miranda Lambert finds homes for five dozen shelter dogs during CMA Fest 2017

ABC/Image Group LAThanks to Miranda Lambert and her Muttnation Foundation, sixty rescue dogs now have new homes.

Miranda kicked off CMA Fest 2017 by marching from Nashville’s Nissan Stadium to Walk of Fame Park with more than one thousand animal lovers, as well as 120 of their four-legged friends. In addition to raising awareness for shelter pets, the march also kicked off an adoption drive at Fan Fair X inside Music City Center. 

“I am so grateful that all these amazing dogs found their forever homes,” Miranda says. “Marching with so many amazing fans and fellow animal lovers was really a highlight of CMA Fest for me.”

The five dozen animals will now reside with families in 21 U.S. states and Canada as well.

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