President Obama is taking heat from the animal rights group PETA for killing a fly during an interview at the White House.
The President displayed quick reflexes earlier this week when he swatted and killed a pesky fly without skipping a beat.
But the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals wants the President to take a more humane approach in the future.
A PETA spokesperson said: "We support compassion even for the most curious, smallest and least sympathetic animals. We believe that people, where they can be compassionate, should be, for all animals."
PETA is sending the President a humane bug catcher to use in the future.
It's called the Katcha Bug, and it's described on PETA's Web site as the perfect product for the kind of person who wouldn't hurt a fly.