Calling All Cougars: Meet Jonathan Fagerlund

Published by PETA.

Ladies, allow me to introduce you to Jonathan Fagerlund:


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Jonathan Fagerlund


But first, a disclaimer: Even when my husband is goofing off for the camera, I think he’s a hunk.




Not only is Tim good-looking, he also refuses to eat animals, confronts every fur hag he encounters, and participates in horse-drawn carriage protests.

So I assure you, the only reason that my heart’s all aflutter right now is the triple red-eye I had earlier—not because I have a thing for Swedish singer Jonathan Fagerlund.

Sure, he’s smokin’ hot. And talented—at 18 years old, he’s already appeared in a television series and released two albums. But above all else, Jonathan is compassionate. He just set up a True Friends Memorial and donated $500 to help animals who are victims of abuse, neglect, and mistreatment. He even links to the memorial page on his Web site and encourages his fans to take action.

Now, before you start combing through pages of Jonathan’s photos on Google Images,why don’t you follow his lead and honor someone’s memory on PETA’s True Friends site?

Written by Karin Bennett

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