A herd of cows have been causing chaos in Saughall .
Cheshire Police said they were trying to get the animals out of Hermitage Road shortly after 8am on Tuesday (May 17).
Caroline Blackhurst, of Hermitage Road, sent these pictures and said the gracefully grazing cows had damaged the walls, lawn and plants in her garden.
They also left their rather smelly mark.
Police tweeted to warn motorists to drive carefully through Saughall while the herd was moved on.
Social media users were quick to come back with their puns, with the situation described as 'udderly inconvenient' and officers urged not to milk it.
It was certainly a sight for residents to wake up to.
At about 9.30am Cheshire Police said: "The cows on Hermitage Road, Saughall have now been moooved back into their field."
Incredibly it was not the only farm animal drama of the morning, with the force also tweeting about sheep loose on Thornton Green Lane in Thornton-le-Moors.
This was resolved shortly after 9am.
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