Miranda Lambert Responds Quickly To Nashville Tornados
Miranda Lambert has already posted links to help find pets after a tornado struck north of Nashville on Saturday (12/9) afternoon. According to News Channel 5, the tornado killed six people in Clarksville and Madison, and more than two dozen people were sent to a Nashville area hospital. The tornado also destroyed many homes in the area—tornado rating as an EF-3, with winds of 150 mph.
Miranda posted a message to her Insta Stories on Sunday (12/10). She wrote, “My band and crew and I anxiously awaited phone calls from family members at home in Nashville yesterday as we heard news of the tornados.”
She continued, “Thankfully, all their families are safe. I know others weren’t so lucky. My heart goes out to everyone that was in the path of the tornado. Sending you all so much love.”
Lambert concluded, “@muttnation will figure out the best way to work with local rescues and help displaced animals this week. Love you all.”
In the next slide, Miranda posted links to sites that would help find pets after the storm, a link for those who find stray animals, and a pet food pantry ink for those needing to feed their pets.
You can find those links here.
Miranda often gives her time, love, and money to shelter pets, and she did just that while in Las Vegas, playing her residency at Planet Hollywood recently.
After her annual shopping spree at Tractor Supply Company, Lambert and her bandmates visited Hearts Alive Village and Nevada SPCA in Las Vegas to share a truckload of fabulous pet toys, beds, and supplies with the shelters.
Lambert said, “There’s nothing more fun or more fulfilling for me than visiting with shelter pets – animal shelters are my holiday happy place.”
Hearts Alive Village was honored by MuttNation as the 2023 Mutts Across America recipient, annually recognizing one shelter in every state for its outstanding work.