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'Glee' Star Jane Lynch Records Spay And Neuter PSA For PETA

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Jeez Louise, that Glee cast is sure representin’ for Mother Earth!

Between Lea Michele’s vegan diet, Dianna Agron vegetarianism (possibly veegs) and Jayma Mays’ eco accessories, we thought we’d seen it all. But now Jane Lynch, who plays grumpy cheer coach Sue Sylvester, is lending her support to PETA.

Lynch recently recorded a PSA for the animal organization to help encourage people to always spay and neuter their pets. In the PSA, Jane says:

“There are 8-10 million dogs that are put in to shelters every year and only about half of them are adopted out, so the other half are euthanized. It’s a terrible thing to come into this world only to be taken out prematurely. We can control this population by spaying and neutering our own pets.”

According to PETA, Lynch also “penned a letter urging Mayor Richard M. Daley to pass a law requiring city residents to spay and neuter their dogs and cats.”

We liked Jane before, but now we’re pretty much crazy about her! Check out the video below and let us know what you think!

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