Miranda Lambert and her husband, Brendan McLoughlin, have added two adorable new family members of the furry kind. The country singer visited a local Nashville animal shelter recently, and she couldn't resist the charms of two beautiful bunnies, who have now found their forever home.

Lambert's MuttNation Foundation animal rescue posted the picture above to Instagram on Friday (July 19), writing, "These two cuties, Frida and Selena, went home with @mirandalambert after her visit to @nashanimalcare. Keep loving all kinds of kinds, everybunny!"

"All Kinds of Kinds" is the title of the fifth and final single Lambert released from her Four the Record album in 2013.

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Lambert also shared a sweet shot of herself and Selena in the car on Monday (July 15), writing, "Monday Bunday."

The county singer's new additions came from Nashville's Metro Animal Care and Control. Lambert is an avid advocate of animal rescue, and though her Muttnation Foundation focused on dogs when she and her mother, Bev Lambert, founded it in 2009, the rescue works with a variety of different animals, and Lambert herself has a menagerie at her house.

Muttnation Foundation has a program called Mutts Across America that makes a donation to one shelter in each state every year, and most recently, they helped a shelter in Massachusetts waive adoption fees for an extended period of time, which tripled their adoption rate during the critical summer months when the shelter is full and adoption rates are generally lower.

Lambert has just released a new single, "It All Comes Out in the Wash," from her upcoming new album. She'll hit the road on her 2019 Roadside Bars & Pink Guitars Tour on Sept. 1, with Elle King, Caylee Hammack Tenille TownesMaren MorrisAshley McBryde and Pistol Annies all on the bill for various shows.

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