Southern California cities including Malibu are rocked by 4.6 earthquake…as shaken locals share clips of themselves and their DOGS when tremor struck

A magnitude 4.6 earthquake struck off the coast of Southern California and was felt widely across the region – the same day as a 5.7 earthquake shook Hawaii.

The quake struck at 1:47 p.m. at a depth of 9.5 miles, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

From its epicenter in the rugged Santa Monica Mountains, the tremor was large enough to be felt from the Malibu coast north to Bakersfield, south to San Diego and east to downtown Los Angeles.

Video shared by a Westlake Village pet owner to ABC7LA shows the moment her dog Butterscotch felt the tremors.

Butterscotch appears to be sleeping at the top of a staircase when the earthquake strikes. Wearing a blue sweater, she is roused from her slumber and heads down the hall before running down the stairs as the rest of the house rattles.

Butterscotch the dog appears to be sleeping at the top of a flight of stairs when the earthquake hits.  With a blue sweater, she is roused from her sleep

Butterscotch the dog looks like he’s sleeping at the top of a flight of stairs when the earthquake hits. With a blue sweater, she is roused from her slumber

An Oxnard, California man posted footage of his two dogs having very different reactions to the earthquake.

His two little ones were sleeping when the earthquake hit and one of them was pushed up while the other continued to sleep.

Jordan Lyubenov shared footage from security cameras KTLA which shows the walls, windows and furniture shaking in his house in Playa Vista.

‘Oh my God! It’s still going. It was the biggest one we’ve ever had,’ said a woman.

Jordan is heard accurately guessing the size, ‘It was over 4. It was close to 5.’

The tremor was initially recorded at a magnitude of 5.1, but was later downgraded to 4.6 on the Richter scale.

About 91,000 people got alerts from the MyShake app, according to California’s Office of Emergency Services.

According to the Los Angeles Fire Department, no significant damage was identified and no serious injuries were reported.

Jordan Lyubenov shared security camera footage showing the walls, windows and furniture shaking in his Playa Vista home

Jordan Lyubenov shared security camera footage showing the walls, windows and furniture shaking in his Playa Vista home

The US National Tsunami Warning Center reported that no tsunami had been triggered.

Officials advised residents to be prepared in case of another earthquake and the USGS warned there was about a 1-in-20 chance of a larger earthquake in the next few days.

Friday is the 53rd anniversary of Southern California’s 1971 San Fernando earthquake, which was recorded as magnitude 6.6. Also known as the Sylmar earthquake, it killed 64 people and caused more than $500 million in damage.

Earlier in the day, a 5.7 magnitude earthquake struck south of Hawaii’s Big Island, shaking buildings and causing major tremors across the state.

The earthquake struck at a sea depth of more than 22 miles around 1.5 miles off the Kau coast.

Residents on the island of Oahu — more than 200 miles from the epicenter — reported severe shaking and some damage, but it is unclear whether the quake resulted in any deaths or injuries.

A 5.7 magnitude earthquake struck 1.5 miles off the Kau coast on Hawaii's Big Island, with

A 5.7 magnitude earthquake struck 1.5 miles off the Kau coast on Hawaii’s Big Island, with “major” tremors reported on the island of Oahu more than 200 miles away.

Stunning footage captures the moment an earthquake rocked a home in Hawaii, sending a man and boy scrambling to escape

Stunning footage captures the moment an earthquake rocked a home in Hawaii, sending a man and boy scrambling to escape

Stunning footage has been captured of the moment the earthquake violently shook a home in Hawaii, sending a man and boy scrambling to escape.

Eyewitnesses said the powerful earthquake sent shockwaves across the state.

“I was sitting in my truck and I thought there was something wrong with my truck,” Hawaii Island community leader Ikaika Marzo told KTRE.

“A bunch of people felt it around me.”