Fate of Feral Chihuahuas Divides California Town

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NPR's Scott Simon talks with Steve Padilla of the Los Angeles Times about the fate of 174 feral chihuahua dogs in a Los Angeles shelter. Some say the aggressive dogs are ineligible for adoption. Chihuahua activist groups are split on what should happen to them.



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