I’m coming to get MOO! Mother has shock of her life when menacing face of cow appears at her lounge window after it escaped from nearby farm
- Stacey Hunter, 29, looked up from her breakfast and locked eyes with the cow
- It peered into window in South Wales with its nose pressed up close to glass
- Animal escaped on Saturday from a farm at St Athan in the Vale of Glamorgan
- It was eventually collected by owner 45 minutes later and safely returned to farm
This is the hilarious moment a mother was confronted by an escaped cow which turned up at her window in the middle of a housing estate.
Stacey Hunter, 29, from St Athan in the Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales, was shocked when she looked up from her breakfast and locked eyes with the animal.
A photograph taken on Saturday at 8.20am shows the head of the angry-looking cow peering into Ms Hunter’s window with its nose pressed up close to the glass.
Stacey Hunter was shocked when she looked up from her breakfast and saw the cow outside
The angry-looking cow was peering into the window with its nose pressed up close to the glass
Stacey Hunter is a 29-year-old mother from St Athan in the Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales
Ms Hunter took to Facebook to share the hilarious picture which has since been liked 7,000 times. Other photos show the cow as it waits at the window.
She shared the photo with the caption: ‘Just looked up from my breakfast to see this. Absolutely terrified me. WTF!’
Fellow social media users reacted with amusement to the post. Charlotte Swarbrick wrote: ‘This is bloody brilliant! Hilarious!’
James Maloney added: ‘You’re going to wake up in the night for years with flashbacks of this moment.’ And Steffan Martins said: ‘It’s literally the best picture ever.’
Speaking today, Ms Hunter said: ‘I jumped out of my skin when I saw it, then I laughed my head off at the randomness of it.
The escaped cow turned up at the mother’s window in the middle of a housing estate
Ms Hunter confirmed that the cow was eventually collected by its owner 45 minutes later
‘It’s made me chuckle ever since. My son hasn’t stopped asking where the cow is!’ The cow was fine – it was just confused, I think.
‘It was just looking for someone to talk to the way it was peering into the windows it was definitely looking for someone. My two children loved it.
‘My son is animal mad and just kept shouting “it’s a cow”, and stood at the window looking at it.’
Ms Hunter confirmed that the cow was eventually collected by its owner 45 minutes later and safely returned to its farm.