Like in many cities in the Western world, there are currently thousands of homeless people in Brazil. This population includes families, children, young people, the elderly, lonely women, and men. Many of them have been homeless for years, with no prospect of getting out of this situation.
In many ways, the condition of homeless people in Brazil is practically identical to that of homeless people in other big cities in the world: it represents hopelessness, social invisibility, and absolute isolation from the rest of society.
But there is one aspect in which the homeless population in Brazil stands out from the rest: most of these people live with dogs that also live out on the streets.
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