My human always wears different stuff when she goes out at night, so I thought I should wear something special for my Big Night Out at the PugPROS benefit.
But it was too warm for my #1 favorite sweater and no way I was I going to put on the stupid lobster suit. So I asked Google what else I could wear and found a picture of a pug wearing a sign around its neck that said "Do Not Feed The Pug!". I then got the genius idea to take out the "Do Not" part and add a "Please". Y'know, to encourage feeding *and* be polite.
[Humans love when dogs are polite & will usually give you extra food]
Anyway. I wasn't sure my human would go for it, but she totally said yes to my sign idea. She also said not to get my hopes up because the benefit would be full of pug-people and pug-people know how pugs are about food. They would not be fooled, she said.
I'm not sure if she was right or not because most of the food was gone by the time we finally got there. And I also didn't get to wear my sign for very long because my human was afraid it might poke someone's eye out or something.
I still think wearing a Feed the Pug sign is a genius move and might have to try it again. And even though nobody handed over any food at the PROS benefit, I did find some very tasty leftover eatables. I just had to jump up on a really high table to get them.