How Pug Sunday Novato Came to
Hi, my name is Yogi. My mom and I go every morning
to a local coffee shop, you know the type where everyone
knows your name. Well, this one particular morning I
met a new friend named Reed. He looked just like me,
well, maybe around the face, the rest of his body is
a beige color.
Anyway, my mom and Reed's mom started talking about
getting together and letting us play together someday.
Before the coffee cups were empty, they had set a date
and time for Pug Play. Then, they thought some more
and decided to go ahead and make flyers inviting all
Pugs to come and play with us. Thus, Pug
Sunday Novato was born.
In one week's time, the news spread like wild fire.
The flyers were everywhere. Even the local newspapers
became interested. My mom called my Vet's office and
a nice girl named Tina made calls to all the Pug owners.
Reed's mom also made calls to their Vet and their kennel.
Pug Sunday Novato,
April 18th, arrived with pouring down rain. My mom had
brought 12 black colored balloons with milk bones tied
to each end and Reed's mom had brought 12 beige colored
balloons also with treats tied, but the rain made the
balloons sag and the treats became soft. My mom and
Reed's mom were sad, but one by one, twelve brave little
Pugs appeared through the rain. Pug
Sunday Novato would not be rained out!
Yes! The Pugs were here and now we could play! Pugs
don't care if it is raining, all we want to do is play
and run. So off we went, playing and running for the
next hour and a half. All our owners were soaked, but
each one wore a smile as big as Texas! Pug
Sunday Novato was a success. The local newspaper
came out and took photographs of us and the very next
day we were on the front page of the paper.
Everyone cannot wait until our next get together. My
mom tells me that the response has been big and we should
double in size next month. Wow, I am sure glad I met
my friend Reed.