California man saves cat from flood waters

A California man waded through rushing flood waters to save a drowning cat, and the rescue was captured on camera.

Skip Campbell and his wife, Nancy, went for a walk near their home in Sacramento on Sunday, when they heard a cat struggling after heavy rain from a “hurricane” storm swept the state, According to KTXL.

“My wife heard a faint noise,” Skip told the outlet. He reportedly “looked and saw a little head bobbing,” then ventured into the waist-high waters to free the cats.

Skip Campbell and his wife, Nancy, went for a walk near their home in Sacramento on Sunday, when they heard the cat struggling after heavy rain from a storm
Skip Campbell helped save the cat from the water.
KTXL
Campbell and his wife have not decided whether to keep the rescued cat.
Campbell and his wife have not decided whether to keep the rescued cat.
KTXL

“I was very careful because he comes down about three feet from where I am,” Skipp told the station, adding that the cat was “really beautiful” with “pretty green eyes.”

Reportedly, Campbells, who had rescued cats before, brought the kitten home to dry. They haven’t decided whether to keep it, but KCRA . said That many neighbors have already expressed interest in adopting the animal.

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