PLEASE READ FULL STORY CAREFULLY Hello my name is Kenta I am an 8ounce micro mini teacup chihuahua who was born around 12/31/17 let me tell you my story. On 2/18/17 my rescuer woke up at 6am she is not a morning person but the other dogs had to be let outside to go potty so she got up walked to the front door and almost stepped on a blue windbreaker that was on the floor bundeled up. The dogs ran right past it and went into the garden, half sleep my rescuer picked up the jacket and noticed it was a little heavy she assumed the neighbors cats left her a present as they often do but to her disbelief it was me! I was almost dead wet covered in my own pee and frozen from the freezing cold air she had no idea how long I'd been out there but once she comprehended the situation I tried to show her I was still alive by taking one big breath. She started yelling when she realized she wasn't dreaming and I was real and ran and grabbed her boyfriends keys and sped to the nearest vets office! Because it was so early all the offices were just now opening and none of the vets had arrived yet. She went to a vets office where they know her well and they said she'd have to wait a few hours to try and save me but she knew there was no time so she stormed into the office and took matters into her own hands! She had the on site vet tech give me fluids and she put me in an oxygen chamber and gave me some antibiotics with sugar water I was alert enough in a matter of minutes for them to do an X-ray and ultrasound on me and they said I had no food in my system they checked my temperature and it was 95 degrees which is often fatal for a puppy so I was blessed to be alive! When the vet actually got there he took over so my rescuer could fill out paperwork and breath, she explained what had happened and they said even though she has no idea who dumped me they knew she was a rescuer and probably thought they were doing the right thing but they should have given me up when she was awake to avoid this. I was recovering quickly and eager to see my rescuer who saved me just in time because given my temperature and condition upon getting there I wouldn't have lived another 30 minutes. She was in tears as they asked her to name me and she was so happy I pulled through because the worst thing in the world to her is an animal coming to her and dying without a name so she named me Kenta, to her it was a prayer because the name means healthy and strong and the whole time she was praying that I would be healthy and strong enough to pull through that name gave me strength and courage to keep fighting and not give up! They sent me home saying that I needed food and medicine immediately in my system for the next two weeks I was hypoglycemic so I was on special puppy food and antibiotics for two weeks then I went in for another check up and help valuation and they said I was perfectly healthy and ready for my own forever home I weighed 1 pound but that was only on a full stomach The vet does not expect me to exceed 3 pounds full-grown but with the way I eat all I can say is challenge accepted! I have come so far in this rescue I'm a sassy little boss who has to be the center of attention all the time, I am tiny but mighty and I make sure everyone knows it! I'm fearless and playful and I don't like sitting on hard surfaces I demand soft blankets and pillows or I will cry, I'm very spoiled but that's my nature. I don't like it when people are out of sight I have to see what your doing 24/7 so I will become your stalker! you may think you've seen the tiniest chihuahua but you haven't till you've met me! My rescuer gets nervous about people stepping on me so she tends to carry me around all the time! Although my rescuer does not ship Her rescues out of state anyone is welcome to apply to adopt me all adoptions must be finalized in person. Her adoption process is simple, She does not believe in stretching out the adoption process for weeks because she believes that is how other rescues lose out on wonderful forever homes for their rescues. She gives her adopters a choice of filling out an online adoption application or consenting to an in person interview during the meeting so she can see how we interact as well as asking us the questions that are covered in the adoption application. Do not let the idea of an in person interview intimidate you my rescuer is very sweet and the interview feels more like getting to know a new family member if anything, they tend to be fun and full of puppy kisses. She personally prefers the in person interview because she gets to see us interact and she gets to meet the family that will be living with me and she gets to get into extreme detail about my care, training, grooming, feeding schedule and of course the paperwork. So if you think your family would be a perfect match for me please EMAIL OR TEXT my rescuer NO CALLS PLEASE. I look forward to hearing about my potential forever home!