Miranda Lambert Shares Cute Photo Taken with Her Fluffy Rescue Bunny
The country music singer who is a well-known lover of furry pets has just announced her new member, and fans can't help but buzz with affection.
The 35-year-old singer took to her Instagram page to make her announcement on Monday. The post contained an image of her holding a black and white furred bunny named Selena.
The picture was shared alongside a caption which stated, "Monday Bunday." and was followed by a heart and bunny emojis.
She completed the post with hashtags - #rescuebunny #selena #hareball and tagged the rescue centre, Metro Animal Care and Centre, from which she adopted Selena.
Fans, as well as colleagues, couldn't help but be thrilled with the animal lover. Among them was an Instagram user, @moemoec85 who commented:
"A soul doesn't get sweeter than yours."
Sometime last month, Miranda revealed that she adopted gorgeous Selena alongside another bunny named Frida from the Metro Nashville Animal Care.
She shared a heartwarming photo of herself holding the two bunnies while still at the shelter.
ANOTHER RESCUE MISSION
Back in May, Miranda shared images of two puppies, Smoke, and Bandit, which she just added to MuttNation - her animal care foundation.
She revealed that she was going to bring over the puppies to the CMA Fest to get them into new homes.
The singer who has always been a strong advocate of animal adoption with quite several pets to her name was set to run MuttNation's annual march on the first day of the CMA Fest.
The purpose of the walk was to increase awareness and encourage the public on pet adoption.
The image which featured the two puppies was followed by another two. The last picture was a great post as it featured her husband, Brendan McLoughlin.
The image showed the NYPD officer with both puppies in his hand and a broad smile - a rare one for fans as the singer prefers to keep a low profile on her relationship.
MuttNation was founded by Miranda and her mom, Bev Lambert in 2009. As revealed by the pair, the foundation was established to 'improve the lives of shelter pets.'