Carrie Underwood Cuddles Shelter Kittens in Oklahoma
Singer tweets photo with furry pals.
While visiting her hometown, Checotah, Okla., the singer stopped by the shelter where she'd adopted her Dachshund mix, Penny.
"She got all the kittens up on her lap and loved on them," said shelter director Kate Paris. "She really cares a lot for animals."
The star tweeted a photo of herself with the kitties, writing, "Hanging out at the Checotah animal shelter! Anyone want a kitten? I think we have a few!!! Ha ha!" — Read it at People Pets
Photo: Twitter / Carrie Underwood
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