Miranda Lambert’s MuttNation Fund at Waggle has expanded its program to help all pet owners employed in the music community with support from the Country Music Association’s Music Industry COVID Support initiative.
Initially created to assist music community members impacted by COVID-19 with vet bills, the MuttNation Fund will now help anyone in the industry with their pet’s medical bills for any reason. Applications for the MuttNation Fund are open now.
“We know there are still many people dealing with the impact of the pandemic, and it’s clear there will be a need long after it’s passed because unexpected vet bills can be overwhelming,” says Lambert. “We want the music community to know we’re here to help. So, if you’re associated with the music industry, have a pet that needs veterinary care, and you need a helping hand–MuttNation and the CMA are here for you.”
One hundred percent of the donations received are sent directly to the pet’s attending veterinarian. If more than enough funds are raised for any one pet, the extra funds rollover into the MuttNation Fund to keep helping more animals.
“We are proud to see how Miranda and MuttNation are expanding this partnership,” adds Tiffany Kerns, CMA VP of Community Outreach and CMA Foundation Executive Director. “As a pet parent myself, I know first-hand the financial obligation required to care for animals. They are family. We commend Miranda for extending this opportunity to all in our industry who need assistance, whether pandemic-related or not.
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