Momo is one lucky cat.
Kevan Yaets, his feline and their pick-up truck were caught in the heavy flooding in High River, Alta., Thursday. Yaets crawled out the back window of the truck and swam with the cat to safety.
The rescue was caught by Canadian Press photographer Jordan Verlage.
Half of the people in High River have experienced flooding in their homes, according to officials, and the town is under mandatory evacuation orders.
Several towns have declared states of emergencies, while Calgary's mayor warns the worst of the flooding is yet to come.
Check out photos of Yaets' heroic deed below.
Hero Saves Cat From Flood Waters
Kevan Yaets crawls out the back window of his pick up truck with his cat Momo as the flood waters sweep him downstream after submerging his truck in High River, Alberta on Thursday, June 20, 2013 after the Highwood River overflowed its banks. Hundreds of people have been evacuated with volunteers and emergency crews helping to aid stranded residents.
Kevan Yaets swims with his cat Momo to safety as the flood waters sweep him downstream after submerging his truck in High River, Alberta.
Kevan Yaets, center, and his cat Momo are led to safety after flood waters submerged his truck in High River, Alberta on Thursday, June 20, 2013 after the Highwood River overflowed its banks. Calgary city officials say as many as 100,000 people could be forced from their homes due to heavy flooding in western Canada, while mudslides have forced the closure of the Trans-Canada Highway around the mountain resort towns of Banff and Canmore.
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