Udder disaster! Cows smash fence windows to munch on garden plants after father installed them so his animal-crazy son, five, could see herd

  • Rules meant John Davies had to replace the low fence in his Aberystwyth garden
  • He put in Perspex holes so his son Noa Evan could still see the cows  
  • But on Friday evening the cows broke through to munch on Mr Davies’s plants 

Hilarious photos show how cows broke into a dad’s garden after he installed perspex windows in his fence to allow his son to watch the animals from his home.

Devoted father John Davies told how new council regulations meant he had to replace his previous low fence with a new 6ft installation, obscuring the view.

However, his cow-mad son Noa Evan, 5, soon complained that the new boundary meant he could no longer see his beloved friends from his garden in Aberystwyth, Wales.

Hilarious photos show how cows broke into a dad’s garden after he installed perspex windows in his fence to allow his son to watch the animals from his home

The thoughtful father decided to fix the problem by fitting three Perspex viewing holes to enable animal lover Noa to carry on interacting with the cattle.

However, eventually the cows had had enough of the Perspex window obscuring their view of Noa and his family and so they smashed through the windows on Friday.

Hilarious images show the cattle poking their head through the portholes to munch Mr Davies’s plants.

Another snap shows Mr Davies’s partner Sophie Broom posing with the naughty cows, who are seen sticking their heads into her garden.

The next image shows it stretching to another plant before being joined by another cow trying to eat the same shrub.

Mr Davies has decided to reinforce his fence because he expects more and more cows to come to his garden for food. 

Devoted father John Davies told how new council regulations meant he had to replace his previous low fence with a new 6ft installation, obscuring the view. But on Friday, the cows smashed their way through to munch on his plants

However, his cow-mad son Noa Evan, 5, soon complained that the new boundary meant he could no longer see his beloved friends from his garden in Aberystwyth, Wales. Pictured: Mr Davies with Noa and his partner Sophie Broom

He is also thinking of adding a water trough for them.

Earlier adorable photos showed the Perspex ‘cow windows’ put up by Mr Davies.

Cows and bulls could be seen peeking through each of the three portholes, one of which has a light above to enable night time viewing.

In one close up shot, a disgruntled bull could be seen staring through, fogging up the Perspex with condensation.

At the time, the painter and decorator explained: ‘We did it a couple of weeks ago. It was put up as we had to replace the low fence.

‘As soon as we put it up my boy said ‘I miss seeing the cows.’ 

‘So we had my carpenter friend put in the windows and the cows moved out of the field and bulls moved into the field so they are there day and night so the first thing in the morning we can see them.

The thoughtful father decided to fix the problem by fitting three Perspex viewing holes to enable animal lover Noa to carry on interacting with the cattle. Pictured: The cows greeting Mr Davies after they broke through the perspex

Earlier adorable photos showed the Perspex ‘cow windows’ put up by Mr Davies

Cows and bulls could be seen peeking through each of the three portholes, one of which has a light above to enable night time viewing

‘They were being nosy looking into the garden. We had a picket line of cows moving in to see through the windows.

‘We had to put up the windows as there were new regulations so we could no longer have a low fence.

‘Noa has always been fascinated with the cows and has been watching them at the fence everyday when they were there.’

Speaking on Monday, Mr Davies said: ‘The cows broke the Perspex. We were having our tea at the time the flood lights came on. I couldn’t believe it.

‘I’m half expecting there to be a cow in my garden come morning. The fence is still standing but there with us every night for a noisy pop in.

In one close up shot, a disgruntled bull could be seen staring through, fogging up the Perspex with condensation

‘They have eaten parts of them. I have checked they are safe for their digestion. I’m also thinking to put some water troughs there for them with water.

‘They keep coming so we will also need to reinforce the fence for strength as I’m keeping the holes without Perspex now.’

Photos of his creation were soon posted online, where social media users praised his creativity.

Helen Barley commented: ‘Fantastic, love it.’

Patricia Connolly added: ‘What a fabulous idea.’

And San Brett said: ‘Love this.’

Speaking on Monday, Mr Davies said: ‘The cows broke the Perspex. We were having our tea at the time the flood lights came on. I couldn’t believe it’

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