Carrie Underwood Celebrates Hometown Animal Shelter’s Milestone in Heartfelt Video

Carrie Underwood is celebrating the 10th year of the spay and neuter program at her hometown animal shelter that her C.A.T.S. Foundation funds.

In a video shared on social media, Carrie revealed that 37,833 animals have been fixed since the program started.

The singer shared, “This year is our 10th year for the spay and neuter program. And I just wanted to share that to date we have fixed 37,833 animals. I just wanted to be sure to thank Dr. Robbins the vet and his wonderful team and again, everybody who helps out each week at the shelter for helping to control the pet population in Oklahoma.”

She thanked fans for the support saying, “There’s a lot of love and a lot of care put into that place and I just wanted to share how proud I am of everybody. So thank you, guys.”

“Thanks to the fans,” she continued. “You guys do a lot of fundraisers and you donate, which is super cool. You’re a part of this too. And if you want to get involved in your own town, I promise you there are animal shelters and there are programs just like ours literally everywhere. Across the United States. So get involved.”

Carrie recently added a new rescue dog to her family, Charlotte aka “Charlie.”