Thursday, 27 October 2011


New agency stationary

Here's the new stationary! If you order anything from us - or get a card from us - this is what it will look like. Pretty flash, huh?

Well, we think it is. :)

Desktop propaganda #1

So it's time for a little desktop propaganda. There will be plenty of this over the coming weeks as we try to boost the audience. At the moment the images are sized at 1024x768 - larger images will follow shortly. In the meantime, if you like this (or just the site in general) why not link to us via Twitter or Facebook?


Wednesday, 26 October 2011


Well here's our first candidate: Grim. Little is known of this monstrous chap other than he has been in and out of institutions since the age of six having slaughtered his mother and father. Penance, some claimed, for leaving him with Candice Morton - the babysitter from hell - and her sadistic boyfriend.

Grim has become something of an urban legend among his peers, where stories of his barbarism spread far and wide. But stories of him are more widely known in the halls of academia, where it is claimed he lurks in the shadows ... watching ... waiting ... and sharpening his claws.

- Meredith Jones
   Senior nurse (ward B)

Office notes: After four bouts of shock therapy it is the theory of the leading doctor in this case that Grim has gone too far to find redemption. Suggestions have been made for his permanent incarceration. The application for euthanasia has yet to be past.

The diary of an admin assistant #1

I've been told to keep a diary of my time at the service desk, so you guys know exactly what's going on in and around the agency and all. But I've gotta tell you I wasn't so keen on the idea at first - but I guess you guys need to know something of what happens here.

It's not the best job in the world, and the pay is worse than the canteen food, but it pays some of the bills some of the time. And, of course, if you're lucky, the wardens let you play with the cattle prod - so how bad can it be?

- Meredith Jones
   Senior nurse (ward B)

Opening time at the agency.

Ah, so glad you stopped by. The doors are open and there's a huge amount of potential critters looking for a bright new home to call their own. Each critter will be available in limited numbers - each individually framed and presented.

With each new critter available to adopt you will also be able to view their adoption notes and decide if that particular critter is suitable for you.

But beware, some of these little blighters are not always as cute as they first appear.

- Meredith Jones
   Senior nurse (ward B)