Miranda Lambertplays the godmother of a fairy to a bunch of dogs and cats desperate for houses … and they find them thanks to ML's surprise gift.
The country's star donated a few thousand dollars to Scituate Animal Shelter in Plymouth County, Massachusetts. This may not sound like much, but executive director Maryann Regan tells us that Miranda's donation allows them to eliminate adoption fees, which is causing more and more people to find pets.
The unexpected business boost was set in motion when Maryann reviewed her mail in March, when she came across a letter and a certificate personally signed by Miranda.
The letter came from the Miranda MuttNation Foundation … a non-profit Grammy winner, co-founded with her mother 10 years ago to promote the adoption of animals in shelters. It also gives money and other resources to well managed hosting centers.
Scituate is a new recipient of Miranda's generosity. Maryann pointed out that this donation was earmarked for donation to help increase the number of adoptions during the summer, which is usually the busiest time for shelters.
Maryann says that during the summer, the shelter is lucky if it can accommodate 2 pets a day in forever homes. However, they are tripling this rate, largely thanks to Miranda's donation, which eliminates fees ranging from $ 100 to $ 250. The special started last week and will continue next week.
And they call that puppy, and kitten, love …