Let's be honest. You might not notice your first missing monster poster.
And to be fair, sometimes they aren't always what they appear to be.
And that can be dangerous if you don't know them.
But try to be sympathetic. Sometimes it just isn't their fault. Sometimes they may have a bad home life they are dealing with.
Causing the monster confusion or even multiple personalities complexes.
Or even -gasp- a life of crime! Here is a poster warning about a thieving monster.
But when they do feel comfortable, they're great friends. They'll even befriend your best friend (your dog)!
The best way to strike up a conversation with a missing monster? Try a simple, "hello!"
After-all, there are plenty of people who would be sad if they really were lost from our lives.
You could say "sad beyond comprehension" if they were missing for too long.
Which isn't to say monsters always have the best manners. Sometimes they can be clingy.
But it could be they are just scared and misunderstood.
And now: BEHOLD THE MONSTERS OF LOS ANGELES!!!
Even in LA - the land of weird - it's best to approach unfamiliar monsters with caution. Especially Jemimo.
And remember, monsters come in all sizes. Even very, very small.
Just be careful, okay? Because they are ALWAYS watching.
BONUS QUESTION: Can you guess which monster probably came up with these FAKE missing posters?
*NOTE: My research has led me to believe the LA monster posters originated from The Purple Twig, an art exploration school for kids. This is based one of the posters asking that the dragon be returned there and one of the posters actually hanging in their window.