Lady Gaga’s dog walker says she’s recovering from ‘very near-death call’ by Reuters

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LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – The man who was shot while caring for Lady Gaga’s French Bulldogs said on Monday he was recovering after nearly being killed by assailants who kidnapped two of the pop singer’s pets. Ryan Fischer, in his first public comments since the incident last Wednesday night in Hollywood, detailed his memories of that night and thanked family, friends, first responders and Gaga, who has been in Italy to shoot a movie. The two stolen dogs were handed over to police unharmed on Friday, but two men suspected of stealing them remain at large. “I’m still recovering from a very near-death call,” Fischer, 30, wrote on Instagram along with photos of him in a hospital bed, including one that showed him hooked up to a ventilator. Describing the episode, Fischer said he screamed in panic as blood spurted from his body from a gunshot wound. The kidnappers had taken two of Gaga’s three dogs, Koji and Gustav, but a third, Asia, stayed with Fischer. “I cradled Asia the best I could, thanked her for all the incredible adventures we had had together, apologized for not being able to defend her siblings, and then resolved that I would still try to save them …” Fischer wrote. Koji and Gustav were returned unharmed to police on Friday by an unidentified woman and met with Gaga’s representatives. Gaga had offered a reward of $ 500,000 for the return of her dogs. To Gaga, Fischer said: “Your babies are back and the family is complete … we did it! You have shown me a lot of support throughout this crisis, both for me and my family.” “It still needs a lot of healing,” Fischer added, “but I look forward to the future and the time when I will be bombarded with kisses and licks (and maybe even a pee of excitement?) From Asia, Koji and Gustav.”

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