Pop star Duffy is safe after fleeing a fire in her home, and thanks to her valiant efforts, so are her furry friends.
A blaze broke out in the singer's £12 million flat in London Wednesday night, according to the Evening Standard, but before the songstress escaped from the high-rise penthouse, she rounded up her two cats and dog and brought them to safety with her.
Duffy was reportedly in a "daze" when she exited the building and her only concern was saving her precious pets (so sweet!).
According to published reports, more than 60 firefighters tackled the fire for over six hours at the 6,000 square-foot loft. Duffy was led away to safety before 10 p.m., but approximately 20 other residents of the building spent the night at a center nearby.
It's unclear what possessions the singer lost in the blaze (no word yet if her Grammy Award was in the apartment), but there is substantial damage to the block of luxury penthouse dwellings where Duffy resided.
There is no known cause of the fire at this time, although an investigation has been launched.