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Kenny Chesney Releases Track To Profit Shelter Canine In Honor Of His Deceased Pup


    Nation crooner Kenny Chesney stated goodbye to his beloved canine Ruby earlier this month. Now, he’s paying tribute to her—and serving to different deserving shelter canine like her—with a particular music. Proceeds from the charitable single will profit Stray Rescue of St. Louis, one of many largest rescue shelters within the nation.

    In keeping with Chesney, “Da Ruba Woman,” which you might have heard on his No Sneakers SiriusXM radio station, is devoted not simply to Ruby, however “each canine on this planet” like her.


    The singer famous that Pit Bull-type canine like Ruby typically face discrimination, however for him, she was the right selection.

    “Generally it looks like they rescue their folks way over they’re truly rescued,” he instructed PEOPLE. “They provide a lot love, a lot pleasure and loyalty. Folks don’t understand that, so these canine have a a lot tougher time getting adopted. It’s one of the fantastic issues in regards to the Stray Rescue of St. Louis shelter is the way in which they discover the canine folks abandon and throw away, who could have been abused or simply left someplace and so they heal them, then discover them houses the place all that love they’ve could be returned.”

    Though “Da Ruba Woman” has by no means been included on an album, the music proved to be successful on XM radio. Chesney says it resonated with followers as a result of “all of them knew a canine who had the identical type of spirit or coronary heart, you realize, the sort who was an underdog, who wasn’t the apparent selection.”


    Chesney is a identified animal lover who helped fly greater than a thousand cats and canine to new houses within the wake of Hurricane Irma. The animals had been pulled from overcrowded shelters in St. Thomas, St. John, St. Croix, Tortola, and Puerto Rico, then flown to the US for adoption. The singer can also be canine dad to a Goldendoodle named Poncho, who was rehomed to him by a buddy in 2012.

    “When a canine dies, it’s a gap like no different, and as a lot as you’re keen on your canine once they’re alive, you actually perceive how deep that bond was once they slip away,” Chesney stated. “For each canine on this planet like Ruby, I hope ‘Da Ruba Woman’ can deliver them new houses, increase cash for the shelter and remind folks there’s a extremely profound love that occurs while you undertake a rescue who actually wants a house.”

    Chesney additionally honored Ruby with a stunning Instagram tribute, writing, “We cherished you and thanks for educating us methods to love unconditionally. You had been one heaven of a canine.”

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