The Fairy Tale Wolf Convention held annually in Manchester may have seen it's last wolf after events this year.
"It was horrible," said Ben Woodsman, organiser of the event. "There was carnage in every corner."
With all the fairy tale wolves in one place, their victims took the opportunity to swoop in SWAT (Story Wolves Adversary Team) style.
"It's a travesty," said Lou Pine, Wolf Spokesman. "If you read the stories properly, it's always the wolf that comes off worst. Red Riding hood, dead; three little pigs, chased off; the ugly duckling, barely a mention despite it clearly stating in his contract that he'd get five lines in that one."
The pigs, ducks, girls in red hoodies, bears and sheep swept through the Wolf Convention hall just off Deansgate and left behind a furrier's wet dream.
Pine was adamant that the wolves would not be put off by this act of wanton terrorism.
"If this had been the other way around, there would be a public outcry," said Pine. "but because it's on the wolves people cheer and clap and take videos for putting on YouTube. We will be back next year though. These scenes are disturbing, but wolves are resilient. We'll be back."
Police are making some effort to find the culprits, and have assigned PC Wee Willy Winkie to the case.
"I'll make finding these miscreants my number nineteen priority," said Winkie. "Now I really must be off, it's nearly eight o'clock."