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Big reward offered for little dog lost in Queens

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Posted: Tuesday, August 5, 2014 5:48 pm | Updated: 11:45 am, Thu Aug 7, 2014.

A large cash reward is promised for the return of a lost dog belonging to David Adorno, a prominent political activist in southwestern Queens.

The dog, "Sashi," only weighs a few pounds, is friendly and doesn't bite, said Adorno, who invites people to call him 24/7 at (347) 665-7087 or (917) 995-2605.

"We are heartbroken and hoping you can help us return her home," Adorno said in an ad promising a "large monetary reward" if Sashi is found and returned.

Sashi (pronounced "Sah-shee") is a small female dog with semi-long brown hair and white paws. She was last seen around 7 p.m. Aug. 3 at 90th Street and Atlantic Avenue in Woodhaven, wearing a pink collar with blue and green butterflies.

Adorno is a community activist and founder of the Queens Borough democratic Club (small d on purpose). He ran for the state Assembly in 2012 and has also been called upon by media such as Queens Public Television to provide political analysis. 

— Peter C. Mastrosimone

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