The hilarious moment a cow broke into Paul O’Grady’s Kent home
Paul O’Grady is well known for his love of animals, but one beast got a little too comfortable in his Kent home.
Paul lives in Aldington with his partner, their dogs and a number of backyard animals.
The TV presenter spends much of his free time working with rescue animals to give them a new start in life.
Read more: Fans pass out as Paul O’Grady befriends Battersea puppies
His exploits have inspired shows Paul has presented, including For the Love of Dogs and Animal Orphans by Paul O’Grady.
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The 66-year-old from Birkenhead appeared on This Morning in 2017 to speak to Ruth and Eamonn Holmes about his life in the Kent countryside.
He said: “I always imagined myself with a little dirt and a little cattle but I never thought that would happen.
“The joy for me of living in the countryside, you can let go, me anyway. I have friends who come down and go … when was the last time you bathed? hobbit. “
Then the interview took a surprising turn when Eamonn asked Paul to tell the story of a brutally interrupted trip to the bathroom.
Paul chuckled and launched into an anecdote involving his cow Dot and an accident in the kitchen.
Paul remembers, “I was in the downstairs bathroom reading, some peace, I can sit there for hours.
“The dogs were going crazy by the end, I got up and dragged around with pants around my ankles and here is Dot, my cow, in the kitchen.
“She was eating some yellow fish from the night before in the sink. I said, how am I going to get her out?
“So I open the fridge thinking I will have some lettuce, it might attract him.
“So she puts her head in the fridge, destroys it, lifts his cock and pees all over the place. Very excited… it was like a fire hose!
“My pants around my ankles are dirty so I take them off.
“Finally, I take her out with a jar of parsley and go down to the garden and I’m like, I hope no one will come in now because I’m naked from waist to toe with a cow.”
The laughing This Morning hosts then joked that “there must be a TV show in there.”
Paul has had a busy 2021 so far as the host of For the Love of Dogs.
The show ran for its ninth season this year as Paul spent time helping out at Battersea Cats & Dogs Home.
Each episode made fans pale as their shared praise on Twitter and even photos of their own pets watched alongside them.