End of summer tip: If you're going for a dip in the pool, make sure your legs are long enough to exit said pool.
Kawika Singson was working on the roof of a house on Hawaii's Big Island last Monday, when he noticed a small black figure swimming furiously around the edges of a pool in the backyard.
At first, he thought perhaps a stray dog or cat had jumped into the water, but when he looked closer, he realized a little piglet was trying with all its might to get out of the pool.
"He couldn't have been in the water for more than five to 10 minutes," Singson told The Huffington Post, but the small piggy looked like it was struggling.
That's when Singson's "baby pig rescue service sprung into action," as he wrote in the video's caption.
He climbed down from the roof and tried to capture the piglet, which kept swimming away from him.
"It was obviously scared of me," Singson said.
Luckily, he eventually caught the squealing pig, ending its impromptu pool party, and released him back into the open pastures behind the house.
Watch the full rescue in the video below:
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