Miranda Lambert and her animal welfare organization, MuttNation, which she founded with her mother in 2009, have spent most of this week in Houston working tirelessly to try to save as many animals as possible that have been affected by Hurricane Harvey.
The country superstar and her team started their road trip on Monday in the non-profit’s customized transport vehicle which houses dozens of kennels.
To date, Lambert and her team have reportedly rescued more than 200 dogs, cats, and other pets.
Throughout the week, Lambert has shared quick updates with her followers on social media.
On Tuesday Lambert tweeted that MuttNation rescued 72 dogs who were being transported to dry safe shelters.
“Thanks to some amazing transportation volunteers… We sent over 70 pups to our shelter in Oklahoma today. Our rigs are now rolling into Houston for another load. Continue to send prayers and donations,” Lambert wrote in an Instagram post on Wednesday.
Thursday evening, a tired but excited Lambert took to Instagram again to share that her “roommates” for the night were a mother dog and multiple newborn puppies.
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