I have to start by telling you all that someone wanted to see pictures of my 5 babies. I apologize for not remembering who asked but here they are. On the left are (front to back) Abbey Rose, Chloe, Belle and Milo. On the right is Lacey. She's a bit of a loner and wouldn't sit on the back of the sofa with the other 4. These little dogs are very addictive. I love each one of them but I have to admit I've got more than I can handle. Having 5 dogs makes it very hard to travel unless you travel by travel trailer or 5th wheel. These guys have more clothes than I do. I volunteer for Chihuahua Rescue and Referral in Clear Lake, Washington. We've fostered many Chi's over the last 4 years. The foster Mom's are all teased because we normally adopt our first foster. I can proudly say I didn't adopt a single one of my fosters but it was so close so many times. But I did adopt someone else's foster. The little black and tan Chi is Chloe and I did adopt her. She was 3 pounds when we got her. My husband feeds the "kids" and as you can see he over feeds some of them. But she's still the cutest little thing. I'm very fortunate in where my house sits on our lot. We are back off the road so no one knows our business. In the county I live in you can only have 3 dogs. That includes dogs being fostered. But you can have an additional 3 cats. My husband and I are sure Chihuahua's are half dog/half cat so maybe we aren't over after all. These guys seem to rule the roost most of the time. Their barking has become a real hassle for us. But luckily our neighbors can't hear them from the road or other houses around us.