November 18th 2012 8:07 pm
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Written by Girl Human:
No tears please this story has a happy ending.
I know so many of you have followed my posts of Mr.Z our Lost kitty never to have been found.What occurred here is angels at Rainbow Bridge sending me a gift.
On Nov. 14th of last year our Mr.Z disappeared without a trace. One November 17th we set the wheels in motion for the big search. Not just a local search but a world wide search. Many of you took the search on the road by posting posters on your pages. World wide. I still to this day see, posters on many of pages. I thank you so much.
I knew the time had come to stop my heart from breaking. If ever you have lost a pet you will understand. For those who have not God bless you and may you never have to deal with it. (No tears please).
Many months ago I read here on Catster, about the Underground Railroad Rescued Kitty Network. I went to their site on Facebook and observed for a while. I then joined in as a cheerleader for the conductors.
The a month or so ago the ANGELS of Rainbow Bridge got into this story. I kept watching posts to see if there were any Trains coming my way. I wanted to become a Conductor. One night I received an invite for an event on Facebook for Nov.17th. (Remember that is when we started our search one year before.)
The event was a transport of a kitty from New York City to Bluefield W.V.they needed 3 drivers in my area. This had to be an Angel intervention.
Now for those of you who do not know about the URRKN, it's a group of over 3800 people who transport cats in a relay, called the Love Train. Traveling from Foster Homes/Homes to a Forever Home nationwide.
Some conductors fly kitties across country, some kitties ride for days to get to their forever homes.
When I opened the invite there was a picture of a kitty looking somewhat like Mr. Z. Well there it was. My Tribute. His name is Langston. He needed my help to get to his destination. My Tribute was set. Due to the secrecy of the trip, I had the worse time keeping my mouth shut as to the extent I was evolved. About to kill me, let me tell you.
I graduated from cheerleader to Conductor. Yesterday Nov.17th, I became Leg 7 of 9 legs to get him from Brooklyn N.Y. to Bluefield W.V..Thanks to an organization that gives Happy Endings. They also gave me one.
Please join, everyone is welcome. It's free. You can be at what ever level you would like. For me it was the Full Monte. What a wonderful feeling it gave me to be able to be part of the happy story for Langston. Langston's photos are displayed on
Mr. Z's page.
If you would like to learn more about this wonderful group please watch this video
How the system works:
Visit the group pg on Facebook
They need conductors in many Midwest and Western areas so please check it out. It can take as little as 2 to 3 hours of a weekend a few times a year as a Conductor. You can devote more, depending on how much time you want to give to the Love Train.
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That's really great - for you and Langston!
What a pawsome story. Congrats on being honored as a DDP today Annie!
What a nice story and a good experience for your mommy. My mom does a railroad a few tines a year. It is mostly doggies but sometimes kitties. Keep up the good work Annie. You are a pawsome reporter for the junction.
Way to go Annie, you are so pawsome. Concats on being DDP today too.
Awww... what a wonderful story. So glad you got to help on such a special Love Train! Our mom hopes she'll get the chance to be a conductor on the Love Train again sometime.