video was … well, it was spectacular. I didn't think anything could even
compare to it, but I was wrong, Glee fans. Twisted Cheerios coach "Sue Sylvester" has
a new video that you don't want to miss! That's right, the amazing Screen Actors Guild Award winner Jane Lynch has recorded a
hilarious TV public service announcement for peta2 about a very serious
your dog or cat.
We were thrilled
that Jane was able to take some time away from her busy schedule to speak up for the millions of animals who have been sentenced to death in animal shelters
for lack of a good home. The issue is so
important to Jane, a Chicago-area native, that she's written to the mayor of
Chicago asking him to pass a law requiring people to spay or neuter their cats
to10 million dogs that are put into shelters every year and only about half of
them are adopted out, so the other half are euthanized. And you know, it's a
terrible thing to come into this world only to be, you know, taken out
prematurely so, we can control this population by spay and neutering our own
pets," Jane explains.
As Jane points out,
spaying and neutering is the solution to ending the animal overpopulation crisis. "People think it's expensive and
troublesome to spay and neuter your dog, and it's really not," she says. Jane's
right. Animal shelters, veterinarians, and other organizations across the country, such
as PETA's SNIP
program, offer free or low-cost sterilization services. So there's no excuse
for allowing unwanted puppies and kittens to be born. Check with your local animal
shelter or veterinarian first for a list of existing programs in your area. You
can also call 1-800-248-SPAY to find information on spay-and-neuter programs.
Watch Jane's exclusive interview with peta2 to
find out what else she has to say about what you can do to help animals.
Pledge to End Animal Homelessness!
Full Petition Text:
I want to help put an end to animal homelessness. By signing my name, I pledge to support and practice animal birth control by spaying or neutering my animal companions, by educating others about the importance of spaying and neutering, and by never buying animals from a breeder or a pet store.
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