Miranda Lambert Saves "Batman"

It’s Miranda Lambert to the rescue — again!

This time she’s swooped in to save Batman.  No, not the comic book superhero.  Instead, it’s another dog that was either abandoned or lost.  Miranda found him, rescued him and gave him the Dark Knight’s name.

The other day the soft-hearted superstar (especially when it comes to animals in need)  made the following post with attached picture on her Twitter account:

And I Found this on the side of the road this morning. Dah-na-na-na-na-na-na-na Batman! (The theme song ):)

As we can see, the cute little guy has black across his face and ears, which makes him look like a little canine version of Batman.  Thus, the comic book character’s name.

Miranda is trying to see if any of her friends want to take in Batman.  If she’s unable to find a taker, don’t be surprised if the reigning ACM Female Vocalist of the Year keeps him for herself.  She has a huge collection of animals and many of them were either rescued from shelters or directly taken in by Miranda.

Unfortunately, Miranda isn’t able to spend any time with Batman.  She’s back out on the road with her On Fire 2012 Tour.  She was in Tulsa, OK last night and stops in Little Rock, AK tonight before heading to Wichita, KS and Columbia, MO over the weekend.  In the meantime, Batman is bonding with her husband, Blake Shelton.  Here’s a tweet and pic from today:

Blake said Batman is good! He misses me tho!

In case you haven’t figured it out by now, Miranda has a deep love for animals — especially dogs.  Her charity, MuttNation Foundation, raises hundreds of thousands of dollars each year to help animals in need.  The annual MuttNation Foundation fundraising event “Cause For The Paws” is coming up on June 22.  The exact time and location have yet to be announced, along with who might be appearing and/or performing at the event.  But you can always count on Miranda performing along with some big name guests.  Heck, Batman might even be there!

Once the details are announced, we’ll pass them along.  In the meantime, you can learn more about Miranda’s MuttNation Foundation at the charity’s website and at the MuttNation Facebook page.

(Disclaimer:  I am not directly affiliated with MuttNation Foundation, but I have held a few private fundraisers for the organization.)

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A 26 year-old Canadian girl currently living in England for a culinary career. Fell in love with country music and cooking at a young age, and looks for a way to do both.