Picture the scene: You wake up, pad downstairs and put the kettle on for a cup of coffee.
You’re still bleary-eyed when you notice, yep, that's a puma in your kitchen.
Well that’s exactly what happened to Amalin Haddad one morning.
Who me? The puma looks almost kittenish as he pauses during his rampage
She told Sky News: “I was making breakfast and all of a sudden… I thought it was a dog because I saw its legs first, but it was a puma.
Having let rip with a blood-curdling scream, Haddad fled the room, locking the door behind her.
At which point Mr Puma took it upon himself to trash the place.
Will someone get him a scratching post: The blind was eventually completely destroyed
The two-year-old animal was filmed chewing up window blinds, scratching furniture, and generally entertaining himself until wildlife officials arrived at the house in Santiago, Chile.
It was sedated with a tranquiliser dart and taken to a nearby zoo where it was treated for minor injuries.