This guy wrote again. He wrote a long email - in my last email I had asked him to define what a 'real need' is as he pointed out that only 'real needs' should be helped. He wrote back to say I'm being difficult by asking him to define it. Along with a few other very confused arguments (people should be given blankets and not pure wool?) and the fact that he can't seem to decide if cats can fend for themselves or not, I came back to the question - how does this woman helping the cats bother him exactly?
I pointed out that if he can't define what a 'real need' is then how are people supposed to go about determining it?
He kept insisting that other things like climbing Mount Everest, slimming and nursing (?) don't bother him either but they don't advance nature. Very strange.