Adopt A Teacup Chihuahua


  • A small dog of a smooth-haired, large-eyed breed originating in Mexico
  • Chihuahua is a state in north western Mexico with a mainland area of , slightly larger than the United Kingdom. It is surrounded by the states of Sonora to the west, Sinaloa to the south-west, Durango to the south, and Coahuila to the east, and by the U.S.
  • a city in northern Mexico in the state of Chihuahua; commercial center of northern Mexico
  • an old breed of tiny short-haired dog with protruding eyes from Mexico held to antedate Aztec civilization


  • An amount held by this, about 150 ml
  • a cup from which tea is drunk
  • as much as a teacup will hold
  • A teacup is a small cup, with or without a handle, generally a small one that may be grasped with the thumb and one or two fingers. It is typically made of a ceramic material. It is usually part of a set, composed of a cup and a matching saucer.
  • A cup from which tea is drunk


  • Take on or assume (an attitude or position)
  • choose and follow; as of theories, ideas, policies, strategies or plans; “She followed the feminist movement”; “The candidate espouses Republican ideals”
  • take up and practice as one’s own
  • assume: take on titles, offices, duties, responsibilities; “When will the new President assume office?”
  • Take up or start to use or follow (an idea, method, or course of action)
  • Legally take another’s child and bring it up as one’s own

adopt a teacup chihuahua

adopt a teacup chihuahua – Adopt-A-Dad (Marriage

Adopt-A-Dad (Marriage of Inconvenience)
Adopt-A-Dad (Marriage of Inconvenience)
Luke Duncan has never been able to turn away when he was needed. That’s why he became a veterinarian, and now cares for three dogs, two cats, a raccoon, snakes, ducks…but children? Luke hadn’t considered parenthood before, but when he finds three orphaned kids, he can’t just walk away. Now all he has to do is convince Social Services that a single man would make a great foster parent….
Social worker Kealey Fitzpatrick firmly believes that taking in a child—not to mention three—shouldn’t be undertaken as lightly as picking up milk at the store. Raised in foster homes herself, she knows the importance of belonging to a stable and loving family. And yet the more time Kealey spends with the kids, she realizes they’ve already adopted Luke as their dad. The only thing missing…is a mommy.


I walked into Petco one day to purchase something for my guinea pig when I saw the Manchester Humane Society there with some adorable puppies. Because I just couldn’t resist, I walked over there and was immediately drawn to Belle, this tiny little teacup chihuahua. I didn’t want to pick her up because I knew I wouldn’t be able to put her back down but my roommate convinced me to just "hold her for a second." She immediately fell asleep in my arms and at that point, I knew she was mine. I signed the papers. I then thought about all of the supplies I would have to buy that day, and I got a little worried. The kind woman who worked at the humane society let me borrow her carrier and a few puppy pads until I could purchase my own. Belle is now 3 lbs and cuter than ever. She is doing very well with potty training and she has almost mastered the "sit" command! She was definitely a blessing in disguise. My boyfriend is in bootcamp and ever since he left, I couldn’t shake that "blah" feeling, until I adopted Belle. I’m happy, she’s happy; Life is good!


This is right after we adopted Rosie. She’s skinnier now. And no, she is NOT a teacup chihuahua. So don’t call her fat.