The pooch who survived a four-storey fall - and landed on a Canberra cafe table

Bella survived a four-storey fall from an apartment above Mocan and Green Grout. Picture: Instagram

Bella survived a four-storey fall from an apartment above Mocan and Green Grout. Picture: Instagram

She's the little pup who has shown some miraculous cat-like landing ability.

Adorable Bella fell four storeys from an apartment building on the weekend - and landed straight on a café table below.

And she survived.

The plucky pooch fell from the apartment balcony in Marcus Clarke Street in Civic, Canberra, on Saturday and landed straight on to a table at the Mocan and Green Grout Café below.

Bella had been playing in the apartment's garden on the fourth floor when she somehow slipped through a small hole in the fence. That hole has since been fixed, we are told.

She fell through an awning first, which broke her fall, landing on the table, which was not attended by any customers.

It was a stroke of luck she did not hit any beams in the awning, falling through the canopy.

She also was lucky not to hit anyone on the way down, with the table in an area where customers congregate to collect their coffee.

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The café took to Instagram to give their customers an update on Bella, who has come out of the ordeal a little worse for wear, but thankfully, with no spinal or brain injuries.

"For all the customers who were there and have been calling in - here she is! She is going to be just fine!" the café posted.

"A broken leg and a couple of little fractures in her pelvis. But no spinal injuries, no brain damage. It's an absolute miracle.

"Bella's parents send a big thank you to everyone who was there and helped and to all the people who have called after her."

Bella's owners were, understandably, extremely traumatised by the events.

After vet treatment, we're sure she will be getting some extra cuddles and treats.

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