^^So agree.:foxes15::coolwink:Oh, yes, yes, yes! I commented on that video. I tried not to be rude but pointed out that she seemed unnaturally skittish and not socialized. It'd be one thing if she was a pup, but she's supposedly one year old in this pic and her owner (I would think it would be her owner) is interacting with her. Even if she was a bit leery of the camera, there should be some moments (when the owner touches her or the bottle) that she would be a bit less cautious-looking of her surroundings.
She is NOT the world's smallest chihuahua, I think it's horrid that her size be her selling point, and all the idiots chiming in and asking if they can buy her make me sick. She's so small...blah, blah, blah.
I just went back to view and my comment has been deleted by the owner of the chi. I find it interesting since it was not rude, contained no profanities, or anything of the such. It merely suggested she might try socializing/handling her more and told buyers that size shouldn't be the predominant issue when buying a chi. The fact that she deleted the post instead of addressing it or simply leaving it up says volumes to me.
Some of the smaller (what the world calls teacup) owners on the forum ought to post a video response that shows these people how a chi...even a tiny chi...should behave: confident, playful, loving, etc...