Here’s a simple appetizer that you must make for your next cocktail party. It’s called Pugs in a blanket, and it’s a real crowd-pleaser.

Step 1: Find a cozy blanket.
Step 2: Find a Pug.
Step 3: Place the Pug on the cozy blanket.
Step 4: Wrap the Pug in the cozy blanket.
Step 5: Take a photo (preferably an Instagram) of the Pug in the cozy blanket.

Got it? Now check out our photo gallery of Pugs in blankets for more inspiration.

Cozy knit blankets were created so we could swaddle Pugs in them, right? Jaws seems to think so.

Prince the Pugg refuses to leave his glorious blanket burrito for any reason whatsoever. Well, maybe for a treat. Or a toy. Or perhaps a belly rub.

We want to be this Pug. No, really, when can we trade lives?

Oh, Beans. Your life as a Pug is simply exhausting. Good thing you have a fuzzy red blanket to sleep in.

Behold Norm the Pug, enveloped in a blanket while on the train tracks on a fall day. Pure poetry.

Bimba the Pug says, "[I'm] a soft, warm cinnamon roll, and I won't get out of bed." We're with you 100 percent, Bimba.

Why, yes, that head you see sticking out of that zebra throw is, indeed, Puck the Pug.

No, you're not seeing double (or triple or quadruple). You get six Pug puppies for the price of one in this photo.

Burrowed beneath those wild blankets are two equally ferocious Pugs named Lily and Rose.

Doug the Pug fashioned this blanket into a cape. Well done, Doug.

Sometimes a blanket burrito is just too much. Lexi makes an excellent Pug blanket sandwich.
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