With the discovery of the monster, the grumpiness soon disappeared. Georgina was happy! Each monster that was found, would make the world a little bit less grumpy.
Below you can find some historical facts about this wondrous creature:
“At the end of the 14th century, the house was owned by the mayor Konrad Vorlauf. In the 15th century, other well-known citizens followed.
Around mid 17th century, the facade fresco (“Where the cow plays at the board” or “Where the wolf plays [backgammon] with the cow at the board”) was probably created, and could be seen on the house wall until the end of the 18th century as explained by an inscription. Contrary to the interpretations from the 19th century, it is probably a satire on Protestantism. In the second half of the 18th century, part of the house was given to the Countess Charlotte Nimptsch (1769 sole owner) and remained in the hands of her heirs (Nimptschpalais) until the 20th century. In the course of a house renovation, the fresco, which had been covered by new plaster, became visible again around 1980; it has, since then, been restored.“
Source: Geschichte Wiki Wien: Wo die Kuh am Brett spielt