Just too good to be true: Carrie Underwood adopts a shelter dog while on a tour

As the life of celebrities serves as the best example and motivation for their fans some celebrities use their fame for other reasons as well. For instance, they make awareness about various shelters that need to promote their adoption process and find forever homes for their shelter animals.


The famous country singer Carrie Underwood recently made a very positive post. But the post didn’t tell her fans about a new album or a song but a cutie puppy that she gained during her tour in Charlotte, North Carolina.

The representatives of Pawsitive Impact North Carolina Dog Shelter brought some puppies to cheer her up. But so soon as Carrie Underwood saw the cutie little pooch she knew that the dog was meant to be hers. The singer named the puppy Charlotte “Charlie” Nilla Fisher, taking the last name of her husband, retired NHL player Mike Fisher.

The new puppy deals great with her two other dogs Ace and Zero.

The famous singer has done public service announcements for the Humane Society of the United States, was the official spokesperson for the Pedigree adoption drive, and even opened the Pedigree adoption drive, and even opened the Happy Paws Animal Shelter in her hometown.

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