Miranda Lambert showcases incredible generosity as she encourages fans to donate to animal shelters

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Miranda Lambert has shared a heartwarming video that showcases her incredible generosity and left fans in tears. The country star revealed that she had purchased food and toys for shelter pets in the Franklin, Tennessee area, and called on others to do the same this holiday season.

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"I am at Tractor Supply in Franklin, Tennessee and we are having an outing today of shopping for MuttNation things and doggies treats and toys and food to take to three of our favorite local shelters," she said in the video as she shopped for large bags of food and fun sweet treats for the animals.

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WATCH: Miranda Lambert showcases incredible generosity as she encourages fans to donate to animal shelters

"Y'all don't forget about the shelter pets and shelter workers during the holiday," she continued.

"A great activity to do as a family is to always volunteer at a shelter so this is a friendly reminder, love a shelter pet."

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The video also saw Miranda kissing and cuddling with the animals at the shelter after they dropped off the donations.

"Thank you for all you do to advocate for shelters and animals," commented one fan as another added: "Not me sobbing haha."

Miranda spent time with the shelter animals 

"You have such a great heart," shared another.

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.

The singer - who began volunteering at rescues as a teenager - released an official statement which gave more details about her project.

Miranda recently announced her annual Share The Love campaign

"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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