In Liverpool, England, a boy along with his mother named Debbie Ashworth, took a liking to a stuffed toy, which he named ‘Pandy’ which was for sale at ASDA supermarket. The boy wanted to wait till June 15th so that he could tell his mother to purchase it for him with her paycheck.

But he didn’t get the panda after all, so the staff working there decided to surprise Leon after they found his handwriting on a box.

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It was faint, and looked extremely rushed – but all the boy wanted was the panda.

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Spelling and Grammar didn’t matter in a good deed.

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The staff posted the photos of the box scribbles on Facebook – that was when Debbie Ashworth recognized her son’s handwriting! The staff at Asda invited both mother and son down to the store – and surprised them with the panda, free of charge!

For Debbie, this meant the world – and she shared her story on Facebook.

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This story has touched thousands of hearts worldwide.

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Others were happy for the duo.

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Some people also praised Leon, saying that he was an understanding child and did not pester his mother for a single toy, no matter how much he wanted it. He knew that money was hard to come by, and that patience is always a great virtue to have.

What a story!

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ASDA, you’ve done well in selecting the best staff!

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Remember folks, always be kind!

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Share away, people.