Lady Gaga Offers $500,000 Reward For Safe Return Of Dogs After Dogwalker Shot
Laddy Gaga has set a reward of $500,000 for those who return her dogs after they were kidnapped from her dogwalker recently.
Ryan Fischer, Gaga’s dogwalker, was in front of his house with her three French bulldogs on Sierra Bonita Avenue in Los Angeles when he was attacked by thieves.
They shot him in the chest four times before stealing two of the dogs. The third was able to run away.
According to authorities, the singer is offering half a million for the return of her dogs, ‘no questions asked,’ TMZ reported.
It isn’t clear if the kidnappers knew who the dogs belonged to at the time they took them, but French bulldogs are in high demand and normally cost between $1,500-$3,000. And if Gaga’s dogs have pedigree lineage, they can go for as much as $10,000.
Sources close to Gaga have said she is extremely upset about the situation, and the thieves should email ‘KojiandGustav@gmail.com’ to organize the return of the dogs and receive the cash.
Many people on social media have expressed their sadness for what has happened and wished Lady Gaga a speedy resolution to the situation.
The dogwalker was looking after Gaga’s dogs while she is working in Rome, Italy. Officers were called to the scene outside of his house on reports that shots had been fired, and Fischer was found in critical condition but still conscious.
He was brought to a local hospital and is now said to be on a steady path to full recovery.
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