"Good help is hard to find"
This information is nothing new, you have all probably heard some human mutter this phrase as an aside after an encounter with a rude sales clerk, or after picking up shirts with starched collars when they specifically asked for no starch.
I am sure these things are important on some level to the humans, but seriously, truer words couldn't be spoken, especially when it comes to finding someone who by their very nature will make your life easier.
I must say, I have been blessed with a very loyal and obedient staff. Rarely do I have to issue any kind of warning (as evidenced by a poop on the rug, or perhaps a stolen lambie), and thus far, no one has been fired.
Take for example, the other day. The Mom had gone out and come back with bags filled with food. Always a good day. I was curious what exactly was in the bags, but I also was very comfortable in my seat. Another concern I had was that there may not have been any meat in the bags. Mom has been bringing home a lot less meat these days. Her and Dad have been talking about this time, before I was in their world, that they didn't eat meat. They are talking about doing that again, and I am fundamentally against it. But, I digress.
My point was, I needed to know what was in the bags, and I didn't want to waste the energy if it wasn't anything good.
Nope, no meat in here.
No meat here either, but I smell cheese.
You're right, no meat.
Oh yeah, there it is, cheese.
So you see, by having a wing man, so to speak. I was able to ascertain, that there was indeed good reason for me to get up from my comfortable perch, without unnecessarily lifting a paw.
So, I guess what I'm saying, is choose your help wisely. Surround yourself with people willing to do whatever it takes to provide you with the lifestyle of comfort and pleasure that you so deserve.
I know a good number of you have this lesson down pat. Lest you forget, I am catering to the masses here. The every pug.
Oh, and just in case there was any question, I got the cheese.