Miranda Lambert was inundated with heartfelt messages from fans after giving them an update on a dog who desperately needed a home.
The big-hearted country music star paid a visit to Nashville Humane Association earlier in the week and gave many donations.
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She then posed with one of their precious pups called Fred and shared the snapshot on Instagram revealing he had found his 'furever' home.
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Miranda also posted a photo of Fred with his new adopted family and wrote: "Our @nashvillehumane #MuttNationMonday pup Fred found a home!!!
"If you’ve adopted, fostered or volunteered this year, you could win a $1,000 for your shelter! Enter at muttnation.com/sharethelove."
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Her fans rushed to comment and wrote: "THIS…. made my Christmas brighter. Thank you," while others added: "Awwww.... That's a CUTE LITTLE DOGGIE," and many more thanked her for her support for animal charities.
Miranda shared the heartfelt news with some photos
This will now be a very special Christmas for Fred and his family and it'll no doubt give Miranda a warm feeling to know she's helped the animal find a home.
Miranda recently announced her annual Share The Love campaign, which gives back to animal shelters and revealed that 20 shelters will each receive a $1,000 MuttNation donation.
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The singer - who began volunteering at rescues as a teenager - released an official statement which gave more details about her project.
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"I always tell people who want to help that volunteering, fostering and adopting are so important to every shelter," she wrote. "Even if you’re not in a position to adopt, maybe you have time to foster or volunteer – it all makes such a big difference."
MuttNation is a non-profit organization that promotes the adoption of shelter dogs and spaying and neutering. It was founded by Miranda and her mother, Bev, in 2009.
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