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Chihuahua airlift from SFO to NY this morning
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Virgin Airlines in San Francisco will be going to the dogs this morning when they airlift Chihuahuas to New York City.
Virgin America, San Francisco Animal Care and Control and the ASPCA have been teaming up since 2010 to send the small dogs to new homes in New York. West Coast animal shelters have an over-population of Chihuahuas while there is a demand for them in New York.
The latest group of Chihuahuas will be given the red carpet treatment when they leave SFO later this morning.
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