Call him Hoo-dini.
Frankie Floridia, president of the Strong Island Animal Rescue League, fished a drowning owl out of a backyard pool Thursday in Long Island’s Commack.
“Strong Island Animal Rescue League got a call from Sweetbriar Nature Center about [an] owl that was drowning in a swimming pool,” Floridia wrote.
“We immediately set out and made it there within minutes! We were able to quickly get the owl out of the pool and on his way to rehab! Teamwork saves them to keep us on call.”
The owl is being cared for at the Sweetbriar Nature Center in Smithtown, News 12 Long Island reported.
The Post reached out to the Strong Island Animal Rescue League for comment.
In the 37-second clip, Floridia assures the owl, “I gotcha pal … We’re going to get you some help right away.”
In the comments, Facebook users wondered why the homeowners didn’t use a net themselves.
“Why didn’t the frigging people who called get him out of the pool. Wth,” someone mused.
“The owners of the house don’t have a pool net?” another person questioned.
“Poor baby, thank u for saving this innocent owl. I hope he/she makes a full recovery and didn’t swallow [too] much water,” one commenter cooed.
The Long Island owl isn’t the only animal that has needed human intervention recently.
A baby walrus found lost and alone in Alaska last week is being treated at a Seward aquarium with “round-the-clock ‘cuddling’” to help him stay calm.