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There couldn't be a happier ending for this situation.

Brand and motivational coach Amber Lilyestrom is known for spreading good vibes, and she got some in return when her daughter lost her beloved "Kitty."

Amber and Ben Lilyestrom have an adorable daughter named Annika, who over the weekend, somehow, lost her beloved "Kitty" somewhere in downtown Portsmouth.

Naturally, like any parent would, Amber and Ben both went crazy trying to track down Kitty.

Amber Lilyestrom via Facebook
Amber Lilyestrom via Facebook

THANKFULLY, the next day, while once again trekking through downtown Portsmouth trying to find it, what was sitting on a granite post in Market Square? KITTY!

Amber wrote a message of gratitude (that actually got a TON of love and comments) in The (un)Official City of Portsmouth, NH group on Facebook.

Thank you to the kind soul who placed our daughter’s beloved stuffed kitty on the granite post in Market Square after she lost it in town yesterday. I cannot tell you the relief we felt in seeing it there today after almost 24 hours of it being missing.
We so appreciate this community and the small acts of kindness that often go unnoticed. 🙏🏻 This meant a great deal to our family.
Little things like this are the big things. 💛

For a family that does and brings a lot of good to others, they deserved this good in return. And so does whoever found Kitty and put her on that granite post in Market Square for Amber and Ben to find.

It's like paying it forward in a drive thru line or even holding a door open -- like Amber said in her post: little things are the big things.

This is just a prime example of New Englanders looking out for New Englanders. Something as simple as finding a stuffed animal and propping it up near where it was lost is the most Maine/New Hampshire/Vermont thing ever.

Let's all keep doing more of that.

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