Miley Cyrus is at it again: getting inked up for a cause that she’s super-passionate about. The “Younger Now” singer is known for wearing her heart on her sleeve, and she doesn’t hesitate to speak up for animals passionately.

Miley just got a tattoo with a powerful “Be Kind” message and another of her beloved adopted pit bull. Check them out:

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Mary Jane ❤️

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Miley is a proud vegan, and she’s quick to stick up for animals, humans, and causes she holds dear. Simply put, she’s got an amazingly huge heart, and we adore her for it!

In addition to these new tatts, she also has one honoring her adopted Shetland sheepdog Emu and another to memorialize her beloved blowfish, Pablo. Earlier this year, she even got a tattoo to symbolize that she’s “Vegan for life!” Our hearts are brimming with happiness. ❤️

Miley Knows That Pit Bulls Need Love, Too!

Mary Jane ❤️????

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Looking at Miley’s uber-adorable pit bull Mary Jane, it’s pretty clear that this pup is loved. Sadly, other pit bulls aren’t always lucky enough to find caring parents. More than any other dog breed, pit bulls are abused, neglected, and abandoned. Because of this, tens of thousands of them are euthanized in shelters each year. ?

Neglectful owners sometimes view pit bulls as macho status symbols or cheap burglar alarms, and often, they taunt and abuse them and treat them like inanimate objects. Pit bulls are often left outside and chained, even during the winter.

Even worse, humans often use them for dogfights, which are basically a death sentence for these dogs. After being abused and conditioned to rip each other apart, the surviving losers are often electrocuted, drowned, hanged, or killed in even worse ways.

Want to Make a Difference?

As Miley said, “Never forget to be kind to all!” All living, sentient beings deserve kindness and respect. Whether it’s working to have spay/neuter requirements and anti-chaining laws implemented in your community, urging people to let their dogs live indoors like members of the family, or adopting an animal from your local shelter, any positive action makes a real difference. Pit bulls need all the friends they can get.