A Nevada woman whose family recently found a small lizard drowning in their pool saved the tiny creature's life by using CPR-like techniques. Amy Hooks posted a video to YouTube that shows the lizard struggling in her pool. The video then cuts to Hooks using her fingers on the tiny reptile to perform chest compressions as her husband Kevin and son Casey offer encouragement. Hook concludes that the lizard is "dead" at one point, but continues attempting compressions. He then twitches and starts to breath on his own. The video has a happy ending as it shows the lizard sunning himself and the Hooks family wondering whether he needs to find his parents or whether he is the parent and is supposed to "pick up groceries."