We know Jennifer Aniston is an animal lover, but that doesn't mean she's boycotting an entire country over its treatment of dolphins.
A new report claims that the Horrible Bosses star refuses to travel to Japan because the country still allows the hunting and killing of dolphins. She reportedly refuses to sign business deals that require her to travel to the Asian nation.
However, Aniston's rep tells E! News that there is no truth to the report.
Not that Aniston supports the brutal captures and slaughter of the beloved mammals.
She appeared in a 2011 PSA to help bring awareness to the issue. It was released in conjunction with The Cove, the Academy Award-winning documentary about the plight of dolphins in Japan.
In 2012, Aniston revealed on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno that she and Justin Theroux adopted Sophie, a pit boxer, after an "extreme animal activist" friend called her and said there were 10 puppies "left in a box in front of a shelter."
They also have a white German shepherd named Dolly.
Aniston's beloved Welsh corgi-terrier mix, Norman, died at age 15 in 2011.