Here's the website (which announces December 2008 in theaters, though I can't find evidence that it actually was released anywhere at that date) HERE. It features artwork, a brief story synopsis, Director's notes, music previews (a warning - this starts automatically once you click on the site!) and more.Yes, there is a monkey in this movie - that's Puss in the foreground.
Here's the synopsis from All Movie:
For generations, children around the world have enjoyed the classic fairy tale of Puss 'n' Boots (or, in France, Le Chat botté), the endlessly clever granary cat who uses a wealth of clever ploys (and a magic spell or two) to help his master gain fame, riches and true love with a princess. The story receives a new interpretation in this French-language animated feature from co-directors Jerome Deschamps, Pascal Hérold and Macha Makeïeff, with vocal work by Deschamps (as the feline}, Yolande Moreau (as The Queen), Louise Wallon (as The Princess)., and Jean-Claude Bolle-Reddat (as Chambellan, the cat's master). ~ Nathan Southern, All Movie GuideDespite the website, a few different trailers in various languages (including English) and even a coloring book page site HERE I can't find release dates for any theatrical showings in English speaking countries or for release to DVD. Perhaps it's just early days for a foreign film to make the transition (here's hoping anyway).
Here's the English trailer: