. . . Picture This:
A straggle of pathetic, half-naked Africans: women, children and grandparents. Some children with the telltale bloated bellies of advanced starvation, all of them with huge Precious Moments brown eyes, and flies on their faces. In the foreground, a water buffalo skull lies in the dirt, bleached by the searing rays of the equatorial Sun.
The caption reads: ?For only eighty-seven cents a day ? less than the price of a cup of coffee ? you can provide twenty-three starving families with stuffed Tabby Cats, so they can die with dignity.?