Kyle Stultz and Allie Johnstone were outraged early Wednesday morning when the doorbell to their home in Anchorage, Alaska, started ringing up a storm.

Stultz checked on his pups and seemed out the door but assured no signeds of anything.

“We were thinking kids coming through playing ding dong gully or maybe a neighbor coming through. We “d no idea”, ” Stultz told regional depot KTVA.

But security footage didn’t show the presence of teenage rascals, preachers, or even a lost pizza driver.

“We had this nice moose behind waiting for us right here, ” Stultz said. “And he decided to back up right into it and that’s how he got our doorbell.”

Considering the couple is still reeling from the Nov. 30 earthquake, the moose visit was a bit of an aftershock of its own.

“I was in bunked when the earthquake happened so I extended out of bed and we’re getting kind of our room back into life right now after still listening all these aftershocks, ” Johnstone said, according to WILX 10. “So at that point of light, it was like what now? ”

The couple told KTVA they are happy the security camera catch something positive for once.

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