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Jane Lynch Adopts a Rescue Dog

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Jane Lynch loves dogs. She recorded a PSA for PETA about the consequences of buying a dog instead of adopting from a shelter, and asked the USA Network to air it during the Westminster Dog Show. The ad asked the question “If you buy a dog, what will you do with the shelter dog you kill?”

Lynch has put her words into action, recently adopting a rescue dog. According to the Daily Mail, Lynch has added a new dog to her family, which already included a dog and a cat named after Greta Garbo. While at a fair in Sherman Oaks, she picked out their new addition with her wife and step-daughter. They chose a Dalmation mix who they named Francis.

It looks like Glee‘s mean Sue Sylvester has a soft spot for animals in real life.

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  • mmstp

    Rescues are the only pets I’ve ever owned. 4 cats, 1 beastly dog. Not all at the same time of course; I’m only partially insane..

  • Good for Jane! We need to encourage people to obtain their pets from shelters, rather than from breeders or pet stores. She has set an excellent example here! I hope lots of people take a cue from what Jane did, and go to a shelter to get their next dog, cat, rabbit, or whatever pet they want. They won’t be sorry!

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