In the far away land of Swirly Twirly Gumdrops and Unicorns.
They don’t exist, so it’d be rather hard to buy something that doesn’t exist, don’t you think?
Yorkshire terriers are small enough as it is – a well-bred one won’t be over 7 lbs, that’s nothing.
You should really know that the term ‘teacup,’ ‘micro,’ ‘pocket,’ or whatever cutesy designer name they call it is only used by backyard breeders and puppy mills.
Read this first and foremost: http://ytca.org/frame_index2.html
EDIT: Fine Inuko – in fact, I’d LOVE to see a ‘teacup’ Yorkshire terrier chase and kill a full-sized sewer rat; why don’t you shoot a video of a ‘teacup’ Yorkie performing this typical Yorkshire terrier deed? And I’d also love to see the OFA/PennHip and Optigen CERF scores for those ‘teacup’ Yorkies that your backyard breeder aunt is producing. Gah! Since when does fitting into a handbag prove quality?!?