Carrie Underwood Stepped Up When Miranda Lambert’s Heart Was Hurting
Carrie Underwood reached out to a friend in need recently. Miranda Lambert's heart was hurting.
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Miranda Lambert's dog Waylon died on Thursday (Oct. 22), and the "Cry Pretty" singer was one of hundreds of dog lovers to send sympathies.
Lambert shared the news on Instagram with a series of pictures and a touching caption that told the story of how the golden retriever came into her life. She was driving with her mother in 2008 when she found a pair of pups abandoned, starving and freezing on the side of the road. A vet didn't think Waylon would survive. He was malnourished, partially because he always let his sister eat first.
"He was a rock in our family and always held down the fort," Lambert says of her furry friend of more than a decade. "He lived his life with no fences. The way we all want to live. He was a farm dog through and through and retired to Nashville life riding on the bus with mama to go home to Texas for Christmas every year."
Randy Houser, Kimberly Schlapman and Karen Fairchild of Little Big Town and Brittany Aldean were among several notable country artists and celebrities who replied.
"Sending lots of love and hugs," Underwood remarks in the comments.
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