A HILARIOUS house listing appears to have inadvertently caught one of its furry four-legged tenants trying to get it on.
The three-bedroom property in Swansea, Wales was just added to the market yesterday for a price of £229,000.
The semi-detached home looks to be set in a woodland area, and boasts yellow external brickwork, a neat front garden and is set across two floors.
Inside is a great family home, which is introduced through a reception hall and panelled pine doors to a variety of rooms.
The living room doubles as a dining room and boasts plenty of space for sofas as well as a dining table, whilst the kitchen hosts wall tiling and ash effect countertops alongside neat white goods.
The flooring is laminated and is topped with a coveted ceiling where chandeliers or heavier lighting can comfortably hang.
Each of three bedrooms appear snug and homey as they each contain an array of double-glazed windows and large white radiators.
Adjoined to the living room is a conservatory, perfect for keeping beloved pets safe.
However, the most eye-catching detail of the property is most definitely the two large dog cages set in the centre of the living room.
Four dogs are visible in the cages, with two dachshunds in one and two other unidentified breeds occupying the second cage.
Hilariously, one pup in the closer cage appears to be blissfully unbothered by the cameraperson in the room, instead apparently trying to get it on with his bunkmate.
The poor dog on the receiving end does not appear to be reciprocating the affection, instead standing rigidly on their bed, staring straight ahead.
The image looks to have hilariously captured the offending pooch in the act, with his eyes visible as he sheepishly looks at the camera mid-mount.
Meanwhile, the two neighbouring dachshunds can be seen looking at their raunchy puppy pal judgmentally from their separate cage.
Letting agent Simpsons Estate Agents listed the property with the description: “Easy access for Killay Shopping Precinct & City Centre. Within catchment for Olchfa School.
“Close to University and Singleton Hospital. Pleasant wooded location”.
One house-hunter was left in stitches after catching a glimpse of the excited pup and took to social media yesterday, joking: “Spot the dog”.