Fate of Feral Chihuahuas Divides California Town 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.

Fate of Feral Chihuahuas Divides California Town

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.