This is the enormous 13 and a half stone dog who was stuck for two hours after getting his head wedged in a cat flap.
Huge hound Moses Chan had to be rescued by firefighters after squeezing his big head into the tiny hole.
The 14-month-old Dogue de Bordeaux, who measures more than 5ft tall on his hind legs, had been trying to copy his owner's four cats, but didn't realise how big he was.
Barking mad: Moses Chan was left lodged for two hours after squeezing his head into a cat flap
'I can't believe I have a blonde dog who thought he could fit in such a tiny gap,' said owner Lisa Saberi, who has only had Moses a week.
'He seems to think he's a cat. He is always trying to play with them and he tries to eat their food if I'm not watching.'
Lisa, 29, had left Moses to run around in the garden while she went to the shops with her 13-year-old daughter, Natasha and son Hayden, 10.
Pet Rescue: It took firefighters 45 minutes to set Moses free from the cat flap
But Moses got fed up with being outside and when he saw cats Hunni, Clover, Paddy and Marley going through the cat flap he decided to do the same.
Luckily next-door neighbour Reece Young, 12, heard Moses whimpering for help and quickly realised what was wrong when he peered over the fence and could only see the back end of the big dog sticking out the door.
He quickly tried to free the huge dog but had no luck so called his mum, Jackie, who came home and phoned the fire brigade.
Puppy love: Moses with owner Lisa Saberi, 29
Lisa, from Welwyn Garden City, Bucks, a mature student at Ruskin Anglia University, Cambridge said: 'I wondered what was going on when I got back. I couldn't believe Moses had been so silly.
'He looked so sad and sorry for himself I was really concerned, but it was a very funny sight. You could just see this huge head.'
It took 45 minutes for the firemen to rescue Moses by drilling holes around the plastic cat flap.
The poor pooch was then taken to the vet with a grazed neck but is now on the mend.
Lisa added: 'He was very worn out and distressed, but he's much better now. I've taken the cat flap out and will board up the hole so it won't happen again.'
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