Having a car stolen — having anything stolen — sucks. After the shock, anger and confusion come the logistics of having to call the authorities and insurance companies — all the while wondering if you’re even going to get your car back. That is what Kate Barnett went through. Kate — a cancer patient dealing with chemo — was doing some grocery shopping when, without her knowing, her beloved Dodge Neon was stolen while in the parking lot. Inside the stolen car was her wallet and her wheelchair. Kate told a Boston TV station: “I won’t press any charges — I just want my car back. I can’t afford to buy another one.” Within moments came an outpouring of calls and messages from concerned strangers, all who wanted to lend their support. One of those strangers in particular decided to go above and beyond to help Kate get through her terrible ordeal. Brian Kelly, president of a big auto dealership, not only gave Kate a new car free of charge, but he brought her to the dealership and so she could pick out her favorite.