Miranda Lambert Opens Swagged Out Shelter for Dogs in Need

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Who needs a baby when there's so many freaking adorable puppies out there? We're pretty sure that's what country singer Miranda Lambert has been thinking lately. She just opened a sweet, swagged out shelter for all of those pitiful dogs in need.

Her latest project is a privately-funded no-kill animal shelter that just opened over the weekend in her hometown of Tishomingo, Okla. Miranda's MuttNation Foundation took over the once five-acre animal shelter and renovated it.

The shelter that used to be there was previously accepting as many as 100 dogs at a time and putting them to death by gassing them in a wooden kennel that sat right next to living animals. How horrible is that?!

Like the kick ass chick that she is, Miranda made a number of improvements to the shelter, including an Airstream office, kennel enlargement, new fencing and an intensive care unit. The shelter works on an admission basis, with a capacity of 50 dogs. Did we mention it's a no-kill shelter?

This isn't the only cool thing Miranda's done for her hometown lately. She just opened an adorable bed and breakfast, too. You can check that out and make reservations, here.

Pretty cool thing she did for the puppies, right? More celebs need to be like her, ASAP.

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