I don’t know what point you are trying to make here - I assume it’s some sort of criticism that other people’s priorities are not as morally worthy as yours.
Please remember that, every single time any one of us spends a moment relaxing in front of the TV, or buying something we want rather than need, we are spending time, energy and money that could have gone towards helping right wrongs in the world and improving the conditions of the less fortunate (whether humans or other animals.) Now there are a few saints who take that literally and give it all away. But most of us sin morally in this regard pretty much all of the time, wouldn’t you say? It’s a rare person who is so blameless that he/she has earned the right to be sanctimonious about it.
I detest cruelty to animals with a passion, and I am keenly interested in animal welfare. But your post did get my goat (so to speak.)