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Animals In Print
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From Animals in Print 11 December 2000 Issue:

At The Expense of Animals
Jay Leno Funny?
Not this joke!

The other night Jay Leno "cooked" a Korean puppy (a stuffed animal) in a wok. He threw in vegetables and as the "puppy" cooked, it began to cry. This was, of course supposed to be a joke. Most of the audience didn't get the joke as I surely don't.

Although many people have heard that Koreans eat dogs and cats, they are totally unaware of the conditions in which the animals are kept and the cruel and barbaric way they are tortured and then killed.

Please write to Mr. Leno and let him know exactly what happens to these poor innocent animals. Specifically, they are crammed into cages and exposed to the elements. They are hung, beaten, and sometimes boiled alive or skinned alive. Cats are sometimes boiled alive in pressure cookers over a long period of time.

You may want to tell Mr. Leno about this as he has cats in his home. Please be informative and courteous in your correspondence. THANK YOU! For further information on this subject go to 

To contact Mr. Leno-write:

The Tonight Show with Jay Leno
3000 W. Alameda Ave.
Burbank, California 91523
you can also e-mail him via his website:    

Info. From: Animal Guardian Angels

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