Next Time You See A Homeless Person With A Dog, Just Remember This

When you see a homeless person and their pet, don’t judge. It’s not an irresponsible choice, like many people believe.

What you’re seeing is heartwarming love and companionship. Photographer Norah Levine and producer Gabrielle Amster worked together to show the world the bond that homeless people have with their pets.

These people on the streets rely on their pets for companionship, protection, and for love. The selfless love that the project Lifelines highlights is so moving to see. Take a look for yourself.

Lynn and Charlie
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Maggie and Eric with Dixie and Reptar
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Jessika and Josh with Kendra and Malinko (dogs) and Maya, Fiona, and Garfield (cats)
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Rose and Junior
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Connor and Super Max
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Jedd and Alice
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Courtney and Calvin with Odie and 2 Sox
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Jeremy with Jynx
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Bradley with Ellie
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Sam with Mimi
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Chuck with Baby Girl
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Denise and Chaser
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Pops and Wednesday
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This photo series is touching, but watch the video below to get the full, heartwarming effect of this project:

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Source: Lifelines

There are times when these people could spend their money on themselves, but instead they choose to give it to their animal companions to keep them well fed and safe. It’s a selfless, touching exchange. To learn more, visit Lifelines. All of the profits from this project will benefit the Animal Trustees of Austin’s 4PAWS Program.

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