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$7,000 reward offered for safe return of Ginja, stolen from Buffalo, NY

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A $7,000 reward is offered for a Buffalo, New York dog, Facebook reported March 25.

Ginja is a pit bull puppy who disappeared while in custody on the case of Buffalo Peace Officer Shannon Richardson, who was arrested for dog fighting. She was stolen from the Buffalo City Animal Shelter back in January.

Ginja is believed to be in extreme danger, and finding her is a matter of life and death. The Retired Law Enforcement Foundation provided $5,000, and Guardians of Rescue helped obtain that pledge, bringing the total to $7,000. GOR is also helping with other efforts to help locate sweet Ginja.

This is not a typo. The $7,000 reward has been posted on several Facebook pages, with the hope someone knows something. This is one of the largest rewards ever posted on a missing animal.

If you would like to be an active participant as a member of 'Ginja's Gang' you're asked to message the administrator of the Facebook page Put Dog Fighting Buffalo Peace Officer Behind Bars.

The Facebook page is looking for help with flyer distribution, peaceful protest participants, court attendees, active promotion of the Facebook page and possibly attendees for a candlelight vigil.

Posting Ginja's photo or poster as your profile picture is also being encouraged. Anything to get the word out there that Ginja is missing, and her life may be in danger.

Please keep an eye on the Facebook page, especially if you are in or close to Buffalo, as they will be organizing advocacy events like protests, court appearances and vigils on this case.

The Pit Bull Freedom Project is also doing their part to get the word out. If you're a lover of the pit bull breed, following their page is a must.

This reward poster needs to go viral. Anyone with information is asked to contact Jackie at (201)982-0434, no questions asked.

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