A 4-year-old little girl who went viral last summer after asking a police officer to search her new house for monsters is once again making headlines.
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This time, Sidney Fahrenbruch is grabbing attention for a kind and adorable deed for an ailing police officer — and when you learn the details, you’ll understand exactly why people are reacting.
It all started when Sidney heard that Officer Kyle Zulauf of the Longmont Police Department in Longmont, Colorado, has pancreatic cancer. She immediately decided to take action.
According to Inside Edition, Sidney drained her very own piggy bank and gave Zulauf the $8 in bills and change that was inside — a totally selfless act for such a tiny tyke.
Many of you will recall Sidney (4-years-old), who made national news when Longmont Police Officer Bonday came to her…
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“She wanted to give her piggy bank money,” Sidney’s mom, Megan Fahrenbruch, told the outlet.
And Sidney’s act had quite an impact on her local police force, as the deed brought some cops to tears.
“The cops were crying when she handed the money over,” Fahrenbruch said. “It was a very emotional moment, just that a child can understand the situation. The police department was overwhelmed.”
The Longmont Police Department shared details of the tender moment in a Facebook post late last month, writing that “words are not available for what this means to us.”
“Thank you Sidney (and family) for your kindness,” the department’s post continued.
Sidney’s kind deed shows that one is never too young to make a difference — and it instills hope amid some very trying societal times. Major props to her parents who are clearly raising their little girl well.
(H/T: Inside Edition)