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Favela for Dogs in Brazil (7 pics)

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  • 4 Jun, 2010  |
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Up to 1,600 dogs and 200 cats can live in this dog favela.
It was build in the Southern city of Caxias do Sul by a humane organization.
It receives about $14,000 monthly but it's not enough to cover all the costs.


1 Favela for Dogs in Brazil (7 pics)


2 Favela for Dogs in Brazil (7 pics)


3 Favela for Dogs in Brazil (7 pics)


4 Favela for Dogs in Brazil (7 pics)


5 Favela for Dogs in Brazil (7 pics)




6 Favela for Dogs in Brazil (7 pics)




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№1 Author: 1edson (4 Jun 2010 01:49) Total user comments: 407


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Poor dogs... 41
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№2 Author: Jimmy Johnson (4 Jun 2010 03:06) Total user comments: 5518


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So how about trying to give the dogs up for adoption or selling a few to pay the bills?
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№3 Author: gade (4 Jun 2010 14:44) Total user comments: 41


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they are all in leach ? i hope they have some "time off" so they arent stuck to a few square feets
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№4 Author: canisf (4 Jun 2010 16:58) Total user comments: 298


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this is common here in brazil, and yeah, of course all those dogs are avaible for adopting
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№5 Author: fluorescentG (4 Jun 2010 17:11) Total user comments: 3958


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that's a lot o cash. wow 02
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№6 Author: Clau. (4 Jun 2010 17:18) Total user comments: 92


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Independiente de que sea triste, ste sistema es mucho mejor a que los perros estn abandonados en las calles, como ac en Chile.
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№7 Author: peterflynn (4 Jun 2010 19:08) Total user comments: 958


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Em Brasil, o pobre sobrevive com muito menos de $14,000 por mes.
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№8 Author: aks3167 (4 Jun 2010 21:30) Total user comments: 1674


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poor dogs
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№9 Author: galz (4 Jun 2010 21:35) Total user comments: 2043


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№10 Author: Ty Webb (5 Jun 2010 19:59) Total user comments: 6156


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Although I am glad to see that the people WANT to help the dog, I question the validity of help as the dogs are chained and not allowed to interact with each other. Well I assume that at the very least they have food and water and a form of shelter. It is better than nothing!
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№11 Author: 2fuzzy (7 Jun 2010 14:56) Total user comments: 10400


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Dogs not "interacting" with each other is part of the point.
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№12 Author: the_dado_666 (7 Jun 2010 21:41) Total user comments: 2342


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№13 Author: poptart1 (24 Jun 2010 17:13) Total user comments: 70


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:((
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