Miranda Lambert Sells Cowboy Boot Collection For Pets
When you have been a country star like Miranda Lambert, touring and performing for over twenty years, you gain a huge collection of cowboy boots. Miranda recently put her massive collection of cowboy boots on sale at her Casa Rosa Nashville restaurant and raised money for her MuttNation Foundation.
Fans of the country superstar helped her celebrate her 40th birthday last Friday (11/10) by raising over $7,000 for Metro Animal Care & Control. Over 70 pairs of cowboy boots, all size 8 1/2, were featured in a flash sale at Casa Rosa and sold out in 60 minutes.
Miranda said, “I wanted to do something fun on my birthday that also helped the pups, and this was an opportunity for my boot-loving, mutt-loving fans to get something great and give something great at the same time.”
She added, “MACC is the only open-intake shelter in Nashville, and MuttNation is proud to support them. So if you’re looking to adopt or foster, remember to check out the great pets at MACC or visit your local shelter.”
Founded by Lambert and her mom, Bev, in 2009, MuttNation is a donation-supported 501c(3) nonprofit organization that has raised over $8 million to date in support of its mission to promote the adoption of shelter pets, advance spay and neuter, and educate the public about the benefits of these actions.
MuttNation also provides financial support and works with transport partners to assist and relocate animals during times of natural disaster. MuttNation Fueled by Miranda Lambert, a line of pet toys and supplies that benefit the Foundation, is available exclusively at Tractor Supply Company stores throughout the U.S.
In other Miranda Lambert news, last week (11/6), she announced a new record label home after leaving Sony Music. She was with Sony for twenty years. Lambert and Jon Randall have partnered to launch their own imprint in partnership with Big Loud Records, establishing Big Loud Texas. Lambert and Randall will be directly involved in signing and developing artists on the roster. In addition, Randall will serve as President of A&R for Big Loud Texas while also contributing his expertise as a producer.
Miranda and Randall collaborated, along with Jack Ingram, on 2021’s GRAMMY-nominated The Marfa Tapes. Randall also served as a producer alongside Lambert and Luke Dick on her 2022 album Palomino.