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More Pets, Please!

Cats love to be petted–no one will argue with that. The question is . . . why do they like it?

AvoDerm, a premium cat and dog food company, hosts a page on their website called “Why Do Cats Do that?” which attempts to explain many of cat’s behaviors. One of the questions they answer is our question of the day: why do cats like to be petted? Their answer is fairly simple: “To your cat, petting feels a lot like licking. when you pet your cat slowly and gently, she knows you are taking good care of her. You are showing that you love her!”

Mother cats lick their kittens to clean them. kittens grow up associating the sensation of being groomed with their mother’s tender care. When you pet your cat, you are giving them that same motherly love. This is why cats purr when they are being petted–they know that you care about them and it makes them happy.

Gently pet your cats often–let them know just how much you love them.

“More pets, please!”

~RL

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Katy Perry, Amy Poehler, Jane Lynch Among Celebs Attending the ?Trevor Live? Benefit

On December 2, some of the biggest names in entertainment will gather for the annual “Trevor Live,” benefit, an event supporting the LGBT suicide prevention group, The Trevor Project. Katy Perry, Adam Shankman, Amy Poehler, and Jane Lynch are just a few of the celebs slated to attend.

“This year’s ‘Trevor Live’ promises to be an incredible event with sponsors, honorees, and performers who believe in the mission of The Trevor Project and want every young person to have the future they deserve,” Abbe Land, Executive Director and CEO of The Trevor Project, said in a statement. “The corporations that support The Trevor Project make it easy for LGBT people to live, work and be proud of who they are.”

The night of music, comedy, and entertainment will also feature performances and appearances by Christa B. Allen, Kristin Chenoweth, Darren Criss, Dot Marie Jones, Ricki Lake, Ashley Madekwe, Gabriel Mann, Kevin McHale, Matthew Morrison, Dermot Mulroney, Connor Paolo, Zachary Quinto, Kayla Radomski, Andrew Rannells, Jessica Sanchez, Brittany Snow, and Bebe Wood.

Katy Perry will receive The Trevor Hero Award, while Audi will receive the Trevor 2020 Award.

“Embracing a progressive attitude is extremely important to Audi, and we believe it is crucial to honor and celebrate all backgrounds that make up the rich fabric of our employees, families, and the communities in which we work and live,” said Michael Patrick, Media and Entertainment Communications with Audi of America.

The Trevor Project
is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning young people under 24. The Trevor Project serves the LGBT community through free and confidential lifeline and instant messaging services, in-school workshops, educational materials, online resources, advocacy, and more.

Source: http://blog.starcam.com/post/Katy-Perry-Amy-Poehler-Jane-Lynch-Among-Celebs-Attending-the-Trevor-Live-Benefit.aspx

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Jane Lynch biography

Synopsis
Jane Lynch is an American screen actress who started off in theater. She has played roles for both television and film. In 2009, she won both an Emmy and a Golden Globe Award for her role as Sue in the TV series Glee. Her breakthrough role was that of a butch lesbian personal dog handler in the Christopher Guest directed mocumentary Best in Show. Lynch is openly lesbian and married to Lara Embry.

Early Life
Actress. Born on July 14, 1960, in Dolton, Illinois. Raised outside of Chicago, she discovered her love for acting in the third grade while playing a candle in a school production.
In high school, Lynch participated in the choir. She loved singing and performing in school plays, but much of the time she preferred to keep a low profile. “I would step out occasionally and show what I had, and people would go, ‘Wow, that’s something.’ And then I would kind of recede back,” she explained to Time magazine. Socially, “I traveled within all the groups,” Lynch explained to The New York Times. That “started that pattern of don’t stay long enough for anyone to get to know you, to see the chinks in your armor.”
After graduating high school, Lynch studied acting at Illinois State University. She then continued to hone her craft at Cornell University’s graduate program for acting. “I think learning how to act is pretty important,” Lynch later told Curve. “I have some techniques and skills I learned when I was 21 that have been hammered into my consciousness, that are now second nature.”
After some time in New York, Lynch moved back to Illinois and immersed herself in the Chicago theater scene. She worked with such famous groups as the Steppenwolf Theatre Company and the Second City Touring Company. One of her most famous theatrical roles was playing TV mom Carol Brady in the underground sensation The Real Live Brady Bunch. Lynch enjoyed the experience, describing it as “a joy, it was a real gift and a lot of fun. Very little work. But I really learned how to nail the sitcom format and grew to love that,” she told Curve magazine.

Mainstream Success
One of Lynch’s first film roles was in the 1988 comedy Vice Versa with Judge Reinhold and Fred Savage. More small parts followed in such movies as Straight Talk and The Fugitive. On television, Lynch made guest appearances on a number of sitcoms, including 3rd Rock from the Sun and Married with Children.
She also did some voice-over and commercials. For one ad, Lynch worked with director Christopher Guest to create a cereal commercial. Months later, the two met up again by accident at a Beverly Hills restaurant, and he asked her to stop by his office. At the time, he was casting his spoof of the dog show world, Best in Show (2000). Lynch signed on to play Christy Cummings, a tough dog trainer who gets involved with a dog owner (played by Jennifer Coolidge). The actors in Guest’s films work in an improvisational style. “They give us a really good thumbnail sketch, and then we just take it from there,” Lynch explained to The Advocate. “We improvise all the dialogue; there’s no written dialogue.”
With the success of Best in Show, Lynch soon landed a leading role on television, playing a nurse in the 2002 medical drama MDs. The show only lasted for two months before being canceled. She also lent her voice to a recurring character on the animated comedy The Family Guy. Reuniting with Christopher Guest, Lynch appeared in the folk music comedy A Mighty Wind (2003) as a singer with a past in the adult film industry.

Big and Small Screen
 
While often tackling small parts, Lynch made the most out each role she took on. She made a number of memorable guest appearances on such shows as Arrested Development, Desperate Housewives, and Weeds. On the big screen, Lynch appeared as a raunchy store manager in The 40-Year-Old Virgin (2005) with Steve Carell, stealing nearly every scene she appeared in.
The following year, Lynch played the mother of a race car driver in the comedy Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby starring Will Farrell. She also starred in her own sitcom, Lovespring International, which aired on the Lifetime television network. On the show, Lynch played the owner of a dating service. The series only lasted for 13 episodes.
Lynch had better luck with her recurring role on the popular dramatic series The L Word, which followed the lives of several gay women. On the show she played Joyce Wischnia, a tough lawyer who falls for her client (Cybill Shepherd) while handling her divorce. As a lesbian herself, Lynch especially admired how the series depicted life in the lesbian community. On the show, “we just tell stories about people. That’s what I love about The L Word. No one’s tortured over their sexuality; it’s just accepted,” she told The Advocate.

Glee Success
Around this time, Lynch also had another, very different recurring role, playing Charlie Sheen’s therapist on the hit sitcom Two and a Half Men. She then starred in the critically admired, but ratings deprived comedy Party Down in 2009, a show about a group of aspiring creatives who work for a Los Angeles catering company. That same year, Lynch got her most famous role to date: She began her run as Sue Sylvester, a super-intense cheerleading coach, on Glee. This musical comedy explores the ups and downs of a high school glee club run by teacher Will Schuester (Matthew Morrison). Sylvester views Schuester as her archenemy, and continuously plots to ruin the club. Lynch relishes playing the role, saying that Sylvester “is so cold and ruthless.” She utters some of the show’s most memorable dialogue. “Jane’s unparalleled at her one-liners,” series creator Ryan Murphy told The New York Times.
Glee has developed quite a following among television audiences, winning over fans with its catchy musical numbers. Many of these performances are done by glee club members, including Rachel Berry (Lea Michele), a latest-generation Barbra Streisand wanna-be. Lynch, however, has not missed out on all of the fun. She sang “Vogue” during a special episode that incorporated the songs of Madonna.

For her efforts, Lynch received an Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series in 2010. She also received a nomination for her guest appearance on
Two and a Half Men.
As her latest series has taken off, Lynch has started to settle down. She and her partner, clinical psychologist Lara Embry, married in June 2010. The couple met at a fundraiser in 2009. Lynch is thrilled about her new role as parent to Embry’s 8-year-old daughter Haden. “I’m almost 50, and I thought that possibility was behind me, so this is a real delight,” she told The New York Times.

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Quick Facts

  • NAME: Jane Lynch
  • OCCUPATION: Film Actress, Theater Actress, Television Actress
  • BIRTH DATE: July 14, 1960 (Age: 52)
  • EDUCATION: Illinois State University, Cornell
  • PLACE OF BIRTH: Dolton, Illinois
  • ZODIAC SIGN: Cancer

Best Known For

Jane Lynch is an American screen actress. Notably, she has played Sue Sylvester in the comedic TV series Glee.


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Jane Lynch: Marriage Helped Me Lose 10 Pounds!

Actress Jane Lynch (R) and Dr. Lara Embry attend the Backstage at The Geffen fundraiser at Geffen Playhouse on June 4, 2012 in Los Angeles, California.

Jane Lynch‘s secret to staying slim and trim this holiday season? Wife Lara Embry’s home cooking!

Married to psychologist Embry since 2010, Glee actress Lynch, 52, appreciates Embry’s time in the kitchen more than she knows. “She’s a wonderful cook. She cooks all the time which is why I’ve been able to lose a little weight the last couple of years,” admits Lynch, who plays tough-as-nails cheerleading coach Sue Sylvester on FOX’s series.

Down “10 or 11 pounds,” Lynch said “bye-bye” to the bread basket — and ate more meals at home with her family in an effort to slim down. “[I'm] eating real food — good ingredients — and eating in,” Lynch told Us Weekly at the Dec. 3 ACLU/SC Bill of Rights Dinner of her secret to success. “I was single for a long time and I’m not a cook, so I ate out all the time.”

Lynch — who did not come out to her parents until she was 32 — tells Vogue magazine her mother was impressed the actress was swapping vows with a doctor. Embry, on the other hand, jokes that her own “mom’s expectations were very low. She was OK with the fact that Jane had gainful employment!”

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In the time since tying the knot, Lynch has won over Embry’s daughter Haden. “I make her sound like the Dalai Lama,” Lynch has said of her stepdaughter, 11, “but she’s a pretty exceptional kid. She’s just like me!”