A Colorado man had enough presence of mind left to reach for his phone and make a rare video after he discovered four mountain lions hanging out on the front porch of his Conifer home on Wednesday.

Andy Davis’ life started as any other day on Wednesday — getting up in the morning, checking his mail, sipping his coffee and preparing for a run — when he was stopped dead in his tracks by a view that he caught from the corner of his eye — a pack of the mountain lions gathered on his porch.

Opening up about what could have been one of the most terrifying experiences for any common human, Davis told Fox31 the four lions were not just a pack; they were a family.

“The mom of the mountain lions hopped up on the patio," Davis said. "I reached over real slow to grab my phone and snap a couple pictures and then right behind her came the three babies.”

But what kept Davis unfazed even after witnessing a group of predators roaming around in his house? The fact that he has had his fair share wildlife encounters in his life, due to the location of his house. Nevertheless, Davis admitted while spotting a deer, an elk, even a bear was quite common, his latest visitors were something of a rarity.

“I was just amazed. My whole life I’ve been waiting to see cats," Davis said. "Never seen a mountain lion the whole time I’ve lived up there. This morning, I got to see four of them at the same time. It just blew my mind… Most amazing thing I've ever seen.”

So what did the deadly intruders do? Davis said he felt quite safe recording their antics from behind his glass windows because the lions never attempted to come inside his room. They simply hung around in the porch, drinking water from the fountain before leaving.

“My dad always warned my mom, take something with you when you go out on a walk because you don’t know what’s going to be out there in the woods," Davis said. "I highly doubt I’ll ever get to see something like that again.”

After recording the video, he forward it to his neighbors, warning them of the roaming family of mountain lions, in case they want to take extra precautions to keep their children and pets out of the harm’s way.

And Colorado is not only state where residents discovered these wild beasts intruding in their personal space. An Oregon woman came home to find a mountain lion who had snugged up behind her sofa and went to sleep.

“This is wild,” Lauren Taylor wrote on Facebook three weeks ago, posting pictures of the bizarre sight. “The door was open and the room has huge plants and stairs built around real tree branches, so she likely didn't even realize she was walking indoors until she was inside.”

Eventually she beat on drums to wake up the beast and urge it to leave her house.