Chihuahua Airlift: The Last, Forlorn, Rejected Doggie Left

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We told you last week about the chihuahua airlift, a dangerous importation of cuteness into Houston from LA. Chihuahuas go fast here, so the Houston SPCA brought in 29 of them, and other little dogs, from the West Coast to be rescued.

All have found a home except this guy, who apparently is too ugly or something:

Cash is his name, reports the Houston Chronicle. He certainly looks sad enough about his fate, a forlorn, rejected wallflower unloved in two large metropolitan areas.

It's not too late, Houston......

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