He better be getting a real big allowance after this!
A 6-year-old boy from Rhode Island is being hailed as a hero now that a 911 call of him saving his mother's life has gone viral.
Michael Finch was tasked with using his mom's cell phone to call for help when Rebecca Cottle noticed a pain in her chest back in April, and thanks to his courage, his momma is totally okay today!
But not only did the tiny tot's quick thinking save his mother, he's officially the coolest kid in first grade now that he's been deemed an Honorary State Trooper!
Michael — who is named after the Archangel — was given the Lifesaver Award by the Rhode Island State Police late last week, praising his "bravery, heroism, composure, and ability to stay calm," in the time of need.
But as heartwarming as the story is itself, the call is equally adorable — Michael even warned first responders that his dog might bark while assuring them he knew what the firetruck would look like!
Ch-ch-check out Michael's ADORABLE life-saving 911 call (below)!!!