Not that we didn't know this already, but we're happy to report that Jane Lynchhas proven once again she's nothing like that crass-talkin' meanie Sue Sylvester she plays on Glee.
Our favorite musical television funnylady star has joined the fight to fix our pets...
Lynch stars in a new PSA that encourages pet owners to spay and neuter their animals. Alongside her is one of her own dogs.
"The good folks at PETA asked me to say a few words about the importance of good posture and personal hygiene—but I don't want to talk about that," she says in the ad. "I want to talk about the 4 million dogs and cats who are euthanized every year because there aren't enough homes for all of them."
Lynch also sent a letter to Chicago mayor Richard M. Daley urging him to support the passage of a bill that would require dogs and cats in the Windy City to be spayed or neutered. Similar laws have been put in place in Los Angeles, New York, Denver and Houston.
Lynch says she has visited overcrowded city pounds. "I have a very hard time," she says. "I emotionally break down. I want to adopt them all."
Lynch's Glee costar Lea Michele is also a friend of the animals. About a month ago, PETA debuted an antifur PSA featuring the 23-year-old holding a cute li'l puppy.