A cow was loose on the streets of Philadelphia early Thursday morning.

Stormy the cow took to the streets, twice, after escaping from the live nativity scene at the Old First Reformed United Church of Christ at Fourth & Race. Old First brings livestock in each year, and this time around the cow they procured is, well, enormous.

So what does a huge cow stuck in the city for the holidays do? Try to escape, of course.

Moooove over! A cow escapes a nativity scene and blocks traffic in Philadelphia. How officers were able to corral it on #NBC10NewsToday @ 530AM. pic.twitter.com/hgU9IgUFuH

— Emily Lippiello (@emilylippiello) December 14, 2017

Around 3 a.m. the bovine was caught on the streets by police and returned to its temporary home. But hours later, Stormy escaped again and was on the, ahem, mooove.

Storming is back again. Heading along 4th. Police called. pic.twitter.com/9jSly6Miz7

— Katherine Scott (@KScott6abc) December 14, 2017

Storming the cow is now on an upper floor of a parking garage at 4th and Arch after her second escape from a live nativity scene within hours. pic.twitter.com/4gvwXTL3Y7

— Katherine Scott (@KScott6abc) December 14, 2017

The cow eventually made its way inside the parking garage at the Wyndham Hotel at Fourth and Arch — up to the fourth floor — before being corralled again by authorities.

We found the Cow. 4th Floor of the Wyndam Parking Garage. @FOX29philly pic.twitter.com/BpHJUV2TYA

— Bob Kelly (@BobKellyFOX29) December 14, 2017

She was then safely escorted out of the garage. The Wyndham charges $12 per hour for their garage. No word if Stormy was given an early bird, er, cow rate.

Storming getting led out of garage at 4th and Arch. Not sure she validated. pic.twitter.com/VCCzoGaZdL

— Katherine Scott (@KScott6abc) December 14, 2017

Only in Philly would they refuse to let a cow out of the parking garage until it had paid the parking fee. https://t.co/nCW3XmRJPR

— Philly ?? Englishman ?? (@CakeNDeath) December 14, 2017

Philadelphia police rushed back to the scene to meet the cow in the garage.

The local media is going to milk this story all day

— Ben Garvey (@bengarvey) December 14, 2017

Eventually, Stormy was returned to her pen at the nativity scene. No word if the church will have to beef up security to keep the cow from getting out again.

At this time, there was no fowl play involved, but residents are wary.

I’m not snitchin’ but I think I know who’s behind this…@ChickfilA @PhillyPolice

— Joe Smoe (@95ishIdris) December 14, 2017

It was, truly, an udderly ridiculous start to the day in Philly.

I’m not sure what has been better to wake up to. The fact that there is a cow roaming the streets of downtown or the snow.

— Dominique Johnson ? (@peakjohn) December 14, 2017