Miranda Lambert's brood is getting bigger!
The 31-year-old animal lover has adopted the cutest new kitten -- a stray picked up on a highway in Arkansas.
Lambert introduced her new addition via Instagram on Thursday.
"Play me a song Curtis Loew Curtis Loew" ....When your friend @harps226 comes to visit and says "oh by the way I picked up a stray kitten on the highway in Arkansas and it's in the garage". And then she smile's this innocent smile. Guess who has a kitten now? @muttnationfoundation #friendsthatrescue #curtisloewcat #cateyes #ohlordy
"When your friend @harps226 comes to visit and says 'oh by the way I picked up a stray kitten on the highway in Arkansas and it's in the garage". And then she smile's this innocent smile. Guess who has the kitten now?" Lambert captioned an adorable photo of her snuggling the cat.
The country superstar seems to have given the feline a musical name, inspired by Lynyrd Skynyrd's 1974 hit, "The Ballad of Curtis Loew." After quoting the chorus in her Instagram caption, Lambert doubled down on the reference with the hashtag #curtisloewcat.
This cat may have come from the streets, but if there's one thing we know about Lambert -- she definitely pampers her pets! Back in May, before her bombshell split from Blake Shelton, Lambert told Country Living Magazine that she was in the midst of designing new rooms in their home for her 15 adopted animals.
"A friend of mine recently said, 'I can see your Pinterest boards, and all you have on there are dog rooms,'" she confessed to the mag. "I spend way too much time planning our pets' spaces. I'm like, OK, I probably need Miranda Lambert to move on to the laundry room!"
After the couple split in July, it had been reported that Lambert was responsible for moving all the animals -- including horses and chickens -- from the home they formerly shared in Oklahoma to Lambert's new digs in Nashville, Tennessee.
Lambert has dedicated countless hours (and Instagram posts!) to her MuttNation Foundation -- which she founded in 2007 with her mom, Bev -- helping stray animals find loving homes. The donation-supported organization aims to end animal cruelty, neglect and homelessness.
When she's not busy saving animals, Lambert has been writing new music for her Platinum follow-up and (we hope!) new Pistol Annies material. See what she teased in the video below.