Philadelphia (CW Philly) — Singer Miranda Lambert is coming to the aid of dozens of dogs who’ve been affected by the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.



The country music star took to Twitter Wednesday to say that volunteers at her MuttNation Foundation have been helping relocate more than 70 uprooted pups to safety. More vehicles are “rolling into Houston” to help pick up another load of stranded dogs to relief.

The group shared details of how people can assist them on Instagram:

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MuttNation Fans, #HurricaneHarvey update….here's how you can help!!! We need supplies to keep these pets healthy and happy once they have been taken out of the Houston area. *Paper Towels *Clorox Wipes *Dog toys *Dog Treats *Cat Litter *Cat Toys *Cat Treats *Bath Towels *Fleece Blankets We have a couple of drop off locations. Supplies can be dropped off at The Pink Pistol, 144 E North, Lindale, TX 75771 and in Tulsa, OK at Humane Society of Tulsa, 6232 E 60th Street, Tulsa, 74135. Animalia has been added…they are taking donations M-F 7-7, Sat 9-2, they are also taking checks which can be left inside with their great staff. Their address is 1973 New Highway 97 West, Franklin, TN 37064. Please know that cash donations are also appreciated so that we can purchase any other needed supplies! Link to donate in bio! If you'd like to order from Amazon, our Wish List can be found on our Facebook page! We appreciate your support!! Please continue to #PrayForTexas! 💗🐶💗🐶

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More and more celebrities are coming out to help Houston in any way they can.


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