I have a question about charity.
I’ve just been thinking about how much money is being spent on animal welfare and whether or not it’s all justified.
I think I’ve got a good idea of how much of the money goes to charities that are actually good, which is why I’m trying to figure out how much I really need.
The first thing I do is look at where the money is going, and I find out how many animals have been sacrificed to the rescue.
I look at the animals that are in shelters and rescue centres and then I do an analysis of how many people were in the shelters and rescues.
If there’s an animal in the shelter, I don’t care how many times that animal is rescued, I’ll just go and see if there’s a dog there and I’ll make an appointment.
The next step is to check the charity website and look at their website and see how many donors it’s getting from.
If you can get donors from your local area, that’s great, but if not, I look online to see how much each organisation has donated and I see that there are a lot of charities in rural areas and small towns.
I go to their Facebook page and I look to see if any of their Facebook pages are showing up.
They have this huge, amazing social media presence and they’ve got this incredible number of people, but it’s really hard to keep track of all of that.
So I’m going to look at what charities they have a facebook page for and what they’re doing on social media.
I do that for a couple of months and then eventually I just stop and look for charities that I really think are doing the right thing.
In rural Australia, there’s no charity for dogs.
There’s no animal shelter.
And there’s nothing that the government is doing to help.
In the rural areas of the country, there is no shelter.
So what do you do?
So I started looking at where people who are in rural Australia are and I started seeing some really amazing people who have started putting together this group.
And I thought, oh my god, there are so many people who care about animals and they’re just so incredibly kind.
And then I started to ask them, “Do you know anybody who’s got dogs?” and the people I’m talking to are so amazing.
I know people who work with the feral cats.
I knew people who cared about the feral horses.
And they’ve all had dogs.
And some people have cats, and some have cats that are feral, and it just doesn’t seem right that they have to sacrifice a dog or a cat to help out the feral population.
And the reason why is that they’re really struggling.
And they’ve been working on these issues for decades.
We have the Animal Welfare Act, which says that we can’t just kill animals for the sake of killing animals.
And so you have to ask yourself, do you really need to sacrifice animals for your own well-being?
And then, I was thinking about this, and if it’s the animals in shelters, I wonder if we should put more effort into the rescue of those animals, because they’re suffering so much and it seems to be so unjust.
So now I’m really starting to see where people are coming from and I’m just trying to work with them.
I’ve got people who’ve just lost their cats.
People who are losing their dogs.
People that are losing horses.
People are dying.
They’ve lost their horses because of the feral cat problem.
They’re losing their pets because of feral cats and there’s this terrible crisis going on in the country and there needs to be more effort to help the animals.
This is not a question that’s just about animals, this is about people.
People need to realise that the most important thing about people is that the least amount of money goes towards the things that we really care about.
And if we can help more people realise that, then that’s what’s important.
It’s not about what animals are worth.
It is about how we treat the people who live on our land and how we use the land and the environment for the people we care about and how to use our land for our own good.