Miranda Lambert is making an impact in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.
The country music superstar and native Texan has mobilized her MuttNation Foundation to ensure the safety of dogs, cats and other domestic pets displaced by the tropical storm that made landfall in Houston this week.
Lambert and the organization, which she founded in 2009 and promotes pet adoption, have rescued and relocated at least 233 animals from the natural disaster’s path over the past three days.
She’s shared heartwarming photos of the continued relief efforts on Instagram, and today MuttNation Foundation announced they saved 40 more dogs, 38 cats and 21 other pets from local shelters that are now receiving medical treatment at Texas A&M University before being transported out of Houston.
Miranda, 33, joined the ground efforts on Tuesday evening, and even fostered a dog and her newborn puppies overnight.
“My roommates tonight sure are cute! Mama and newborns that were born this morning,” she captioned the heartwarming photo. “I’m calling her Ashley after @ashleymonroemusic who just had a baby herself. @muttnationfoundation rescued 72 dogs today who are being transported to dry safe shelters across the country.”
The “Vice” singer’s most recent update thanked volunteers for their ongoing support and asked those interested to continue donating and praying. She wrote, “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.”
Miranda is included in a growing list of celebrities that have pitched in to help support those impacted by Hurricane Harvey’s devastation. Kevin Hart‘s Hurricane Harvey Relief Challenge inspired stars like Jennifer Lopez, Alex Rodriguez, Nicki Minaj, Dwayne Johnson, Chris Brown and thousands more civilians to raise more than $1 million in total.
To donate to the Red Cross’ Hurricane Harvey relief fund, click here.