Billy Devitt is our new hero. The 29-year-old from Walderslade, Kent, turned his home into a cat sanctuary to help overstretched rescue services during the lockdown.
Billy, who also has a full-time job as a supermarket manager, is now looking after 29 rescue cats. And he recently turned his DIY support service into a fully registered charity called the Wisteria Cat Rescue.
Lockdown legend endorsed by Paul O'Grady
Speaking to a local newspaper, Billy said:
"When everything locked down in March, the bigger charities had to stop some of their work. But cats still needed help. So I decided to do my own thing."
Since then, Billy has received plenty of praise from pet owners across the UK, with some calling him a true "lockdown legend." And Billy even picked up one very special celebrity fan - For the Love of Dogs presenter Paul O'Grady.
O'Grady is a dog dad to three pooches called Eddie, Arthur, and Nancy.
It's all about the cats
Billy is super proud of the celebrity endorsement, but he didn't get into this for the fame.
We told you he was a hero.