Nikki Erickson, an Australian woman, had just arrived home after a particularly stressful day at work when she had an encounter with an adorable intruder. Turns out, while she was away, a wild koala had broken in through a doggy door and was waiting to surprise Erickson with an impromptu performance.
" She wasn't so impressed with my shiny slippery chrome tree. I will never forget this day," Erickson wrote.
According to the Huffington Post, the little goofball was rescued by Queensland's Daisy Hill Conservation Park and named Larissa. "They made sure she was okay and in good condition, then released her," Erickson said. Larissa even made the Conservation Park's staff Christmas card. Because it's hard to top a pole dancing koala.