Hunter Hayes Adopts Dog From Nashville Animal Rescue
Hunter Hayes has another furry friend to keep him company.
The "Yesterday's Song" singer shared an Instagram photo of his new pup, Ella, sitting on all fours on the passenger seat of his vehicle. Hayes adopted Ella from Proverbs 12:10 Rescue in Nashville, and according to his caption, the singer's new buddy is an active young pup.
"@proverbs1210animalrescue, thank you for this little adventurer. Everybody meet Ella! And here is the only picture of her sitting still I might ever have!"
Proverbs 12:10 Rescue is a no kill, not-for-profit charitable animal rescue that raises funds primarily through events such as bake sales, raffles, online donations and large media campaigns such as the Big Payback. As one would expect, the organization's name is inspired by the Proverbs 12:10 Bible verse, which reads: "A righteous man has regard for the life of his animal, But even the compassion of the wicked is cruel."
Hayes will keep busy hanging with his dogs — he also has a speedy Greyhound named Cole — but also new music. The 25-year-old singer is gearing up for an album to be released in 2017. This new album comes after the release of Hayes' three singles in 2016 — “Amen,” “Young Blood” and “Yesterday’s Song” — which were released just a few months after 2015’s triple disc The 21 Project.
Hayes says the new work is partially inspired by a past breakup and is a glimpse of him experimenting and growing as an artist.
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