PIKE CITY (AP) — Latisha Francis knew she would have a rough afternoon when she arrived at her Pike County home and saw a cow sticking its head out of her front door.

Once Francis moved past the cow in the doorway Monday, she found two more marauding bovines — one in the living room and one in the master bedroom.

The 1,400-pound animals had a tough time with the Francis' wood floors. Their hooves kept slipping and when the beasts fell, they crushed piece after piece of furniture.

The cows butted their way into the home, apparently after being frightened by dogs that chased them after they got out of their enclosure.

Once inside, the cows got into a 50-pound bag of dog food. They compensated by leaving a wheelbarrow's worth of manure behind.