By Renée Santos

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A little girl had an unforgettable trip to the grocery store after finding a special note along with some big bucks in the cereal aisle.

Daphne Kenny found $100 on a West Sacramento Raley’s shelf and treated herself to two new cats at Build-A-Bear Workshop.

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Six-year-old Daphne Kenny found a piece of paper hiding on a shelf at a West Sacramento Raley’s. Her mom thought it was someone’s grocery list, but quickly realized it was a hundred dollar bill with a special message.

“It says ‘whoever finds this, I love you’ and it has $100 on it,” Daphne’s mom said.

Her big sister Fiona could not believe it.

“So she shows me and I’m like, ‘My gosh!’ I literally was speechless,” Fiona said.

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And so was Mom.

“A hundred dollars — that’s big,” her mom said. “I’m glad she found it though. I would have just bought groceries.”

Daphne is also happy the random act of kindness landed in her hands. After a trip to Build-A-Bear Workshop, her family now has three cats — one real and two stuffed — all named Steamy.

Now it’s a matter of thanking the person who left the cash… on purpose. They’re proving kindness warms even the smallest hearts.

“Thank you, you are a very nice person. You made her really happy she was like really ecstatic about it when she got home,” Fiona said.

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“It absolutely made her day. Totally made her weekend,” her mom said.