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The video in question was made by a company called Animal Clinic, which describes itself as a “medical animal rescue organization”.

It’s made to appeal to “gay and bisexual men, women, and people of all ages”, the company says.

“We believe the best way to find your animal is to ask the questions, listen to the stories, and learn about the animals you love,” it says on its website.

But it’s not the first time the company has attempted to reach out to gay men.

Last year, the company posted an advert on YouTube titled “Why Do We Love Animals?” and said that it wanted to “reach out to a community that loves animals”.

The advert has been viewed more than 1.5 million times and the video has been shared more than 4,000 times.

The company’s CEO and co-founder, Peter Rochon, told the ABC it was a great start and he was keen to expand it further.

“I’m sure there are a lot of gay men that would like to do the videos, and that’s just the way we like to live our lives,” Mr Rocho said.

“The idea of doing a video for a gay man is so much more than just a video about our love of animals.

It’s a very touching and poignant video.”

The video was produced by the company with the help of a professional video director and edited by the men behind the “Animals in Love” campaign.

The campaign is funded by a donation made by the Human Rights Campaign, which supports gay and lesbian equality.

The Human Rights Commission says the video is a strong message that “homosexuality is not acceptable” and urges the government to pass legislation that would “ensure the safety of gay and bisexual Australian men and women and other LGBTI people in public life”.

“These videos are not about how to ‘get with the program’, or even about how much one’s sexual orientation is a privilege, but rather about the realities of being a gay male in our society,” the HRC says on the campaign’s website.

“They offer an opportunity to engage in a conversation that is respectful of the experiences of LGBTI Australians and others around the world.”

“In the words of the iconic song ‘Love in the Time of Cholera’: ‘Love, love, love.'”

“If you’d like to support the campaign, you can donate through the Human Right Commission website, or you can watch the full video on Animal Clinic’s website.”‘

An animal clinic is not an organisation for everyone’The company’s website is not as welcoming of its stance on gay men and lesbians.

“The purpose of this website is to highlight our company’s focus on animals and their wellbeing, and to inform the public about our mission,” the website says.

In the video, the men who created the advert tell the audience that “the only reason you have an animal is because it’s a rescue”.

“If your animal has ever been abused or neglected, we ask that you call us,” the men say.

“Please, if you have ever experienced the pain of having an animal, please call us to speak with an animal rescuer.””

Please know that we do not have a religious belief about homosexuality, and neither do we believe in the sanctity of human life. “

Please, if you have ever experienced the pain of having an animal, please call us to speak with an animal rescuer.”

Please know that we do not have a religious belief about homosexuality, and neither do we believe in the sanctity of human life.

We do not condone animal abuse.

“Animal Clinic says it is “not an organisation that works exclusively for heterosexual couples”.”

Our mission is to help people understand and love animals, and this campaign is meant to be an important tool for educating people about animals,” it said.”

In order to be successful in the industry, we need to attract new customers, and our animals are an important part of that.

“And we are happy to work with organisations who share our values.”‘

It’s a shame that animal welfare is not a priority’The video is an attempt to reach a larger audience, the founders said, but it’s only been watched by a small percentage of its viewers.

“It’s not our intention to offend anyone, but we are trying to help the gay community and their friends to understand that animals are important to us and to their lives, too,” Mr and Mrs Rochons said in a statement.

“This video is just the first step, but if it can help other gay men understand that they have value, and it will help people feel better about themselves, then we will do more in the future.”

Animal Clinic has a strong focus on animal welfare and it is a shame, therefore, that animal advocacy is not on the top of the priority list for gay men in Australia.

“The owners say that their videos are