I can't answer your question nor would I be so inclined but I DO feel compelled to try to educate you just a little. First of all, the word "cheap" implies less than quality pups, your disregard to their health, breeding and/or the conditions they came from. It also implies you care little for the well being of your new pup as long as you dont have to pay a lot for him/her. If you can't afford to buy from a reputable breeder than you can't afford the expenses that a dog incurs…period! Secondly, "teacup" is NOT a breed of dog! It's a DEFORMITY of size and disguised under the cutsie name "teacup". Dogs known as "teacup" often have serious health issues as a result from being bred so small. Breeding them in turn is very dangerous and NEVER recommended. If you truly want a companion animal and are committed to caring for an animal for IT'S lifetime…then rethink your options and buy from a reputable breeder and don't go for "Cutsie"…be responsible!