You Know You've Impressed Fellow Animal Lovers At Bar Rosso's Pooches and Piccolini When...

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Your frisky feline struts her stuff to the soiree on a leash.

Kitty extends a peace paw to Jack Russell.

You show up dressed as your pet.

Your pet shows up dressed as you.

Fido gets carded, and flashes his own collar-handy ID, his graduation certificate from obedience school.

Your furry friend bribes the maître d' for entry inside the restaurant.

Your Saint Bernard pulls up to the bar to get you another brandy.

Your Retriever demonstrates unparalleled restraint, only jumping on one server to get at the Prosciutto di Parma.

In an astonishing display of Miami-style manners, your Pomeranian greets fellow pooches with a smooch on each side of the behind.

Your doggy raises a glass and barks a toast the Humane

Society of Greater Miami for coming to the aid of animal kind!

Who: Bar Rosso and the Humane Society of Greater Miami
What: Light hors d'oeuvres ("small plates") and two complimentary drinks with a $20 donation.

Where: Bar Rosso's pet-friendly patio
19004 NE 29th Ave
Aventura, FL 33180
(305) 933-3418
When: Wednesday, July 1, 2009 at 8 p.m.
Why: 100% of proceeds will go

toward saving animals!

Got a special furry friend at home?  Leave a comment with their favorite human food!  My cat, Kittie, pictured, loves Pollo Tropical white meat chicken.

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