Friday, 13 February 2009

Monster Workshop in Action!

This so called 'family' run pet shop in Rotherham was the subject of outrage this week at Monster Workshop.

Following a tip off from a neighbour, members of the Monster cruelty investigation unit went to take a look around the premises and under-covered a hidden basement which lead to a number of hidden rooms with solid evidence of foul play.
We were shocked to find cages stacked on top of each other containing fluffy Monsters ready to be destroyed for the fur trade.

There were a mixture of Monsters seized, with no real serious problems other than being a little under fed.

The Pet shop was instantly closed down, following a number of other offenses carried out concerning other creatures found in the store. As of yet the offender's are awaiting trial. Here's hoping they receive what they deserve. 

As  a result, Monster Workshop will have a number of these Monsters available for adoption, which should be at the Adoption store, on the site at the end of this weekend. Please check back soon for more details.

Monday, 2 February 2009

Poor little Kinka!

Kinka was found almost frozen due to the adverse weather conditions that hit Britain this week. It's this time of year that we dread the most, when abandoned or lost monsters are at risk from the cold and wet conditions outside.

Featured Monster- Odi

This delightful and twinkling eyed monster called Odi, was found grappling for dear life on a branch of a particularly large tree. Luckily a passer-by heard his whimpers and called the fire brigade. Odi was perfectly fit and healthy and although he was very glad to have his feet back firmly on the ground, he seems to have a talent for getting himself into sticky situations! Could you help provide Odi with a new home? For more details please contact Monster Workshop at:

Good news for Tama and friends

Not the brightest Monster of the bunch to say the least, but Tama makes up for it with such a lovable personality. He was found with his head stuck securly wedged in a hole in a fence intent on reaching a half eaten hotdog. Needless to say the gate leading into the park was actually open and only a few yards away.

We are pleased to say that Tama along with two other monsters, Aco and Kiko, have now been adopted into a new family in california, pictured below. We're sure that he and his new buddies will have a happy new life across the pond.