Here’s one thing that dog and cat people
can agree on: Jennifer
Aniston and Jay Leno’s conversation

on The Tonight Show about their rescued
animals and the importance of adoption was the bee’s knees.

You can catch fellow adoption advocate Carrie Ann Inaba
on both the tube and YouTube when she launches her Web show, Crib Cat, which
will feature cats who are up for adoption. We’re sure she’ll play fair and not
give special consideration to PETA pal Martina Navratilova
on this season of Dancing With the Stars.

Carrie Ann is also using Twitter to
encourage people to save animals’ lives. Here’s what she and other celebs are
buzzing about:

recently asked his Twitter followers to make donations for a new mobile SNIP clinic for
Watch for the inked, never minked,
celebrity on Spike’s new season of Ink Master.

Photo: Frank W Ockenfels 3 | Hair and makeup: Sarah Maxwell | Background graphic: © Labetskiy

When Meredith Vieira stopped by Ellen,
she said she was interested in going vegan—and scored herself a “Glass Walls” DVD,
a cookbook,
and some other animal-friendly loot from PETA.

PETA also sent vegetarian GZA of the Wu-Tang Clan
an on-tour care package that included PETA’s Vegan College Cookbook
and a list of vegetarian restaurants in the cities that he and the band are

Brit band The Wanted has crept up to number two on the U.S. iTunes
charts, and singer Jay McGuiness
crept up to number one on PETA U.K.’s Sexiest Vegetarian poll last year.

The smart money is on Timothy Bradley Jr.
to come out number one in his upcoming fight against Manny Pacquiao. The boxer
is training vegan to get in prime sparring shape.

To keep up with celebrity animal news, follow @PETA on Twitter.

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Article source: PETA Files

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