A pet who helped to save her owner's life is one of the finalists at this year's National Cat Awards in the UK.
Amanda Jameson, who's diabetic, fell unconscious due to dangerously low blood sugar levels.
Her cat Willow bit the leg of Ms Jameson's partner, Ray, who had fallen asleep on the couch and paced around to wake him up.
Willow was nominated in the 'Moggy Marvel' category after she led Ray upstairs where he discovered that Amanda was unresponsive and called 999 for life-saving treatment for her.
Another cat, Zebby, who's nominated in the 'Family Fur-ever' category helps alert her owner who's deaf to phone calls.
The charity Cats Protection, which runs the awards, says without any training, Zebby has become a hearing cat for owner Genevieve, who is deaf and lives alone.
"Whether it’s the phone ringing, someone at the door or a sound in the night, Zebby will tap Genevieve’s face or pace in front of her, alerting her that she needs to put on her hearing aid".
Voting is open until Friday 30 June with feline winners announced at a glamourous ceremony at Wilton’s Music Hall in London on 17 July.