SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) — The little Chihuahua that led California Highway Patrol officers on a chase across the Bay Bridge over the weekend is heading to a foster home before going up for adoption.

Ponch the black Chihuahua mix has been with San Francisco Animal Care and Control since he was rescued from the bridge Sunday morning.

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Ponch’s owner has not come forward, and shelter workers decided the best course of action was to place him in a foster home for a few weeks before he finds a forever home.

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CHP Officer with Chihuahua

The CHP in San Francisco tweeted this picture of a chihuahua that ran free on the upper deck of the Bay Bridge Sunday morning.

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It took a motorcycle, squad cars, and several officers to catch Ponch, which forced all lanes of the bridge’s upper deck to be closed during the chase.