Where were Lady Gaga's dogs found? Gustav and Koji were left tied to pole alone miles from their hollywood home
Lady Gaga, who is currently in Rome, has been worried about her dogs and even posted a reward of $500,000 for anyone who found them
The world went into a frenzy after it was reported that Lady Gaga's dogwalker had been shot on Wednesday, February 24, and her dogs Gustav and Koji were kidnapped by unnamed suspects. Since then, Lady Gaga, who is currently in Rome, has been worried about her dogs and even posted a reward of $500,000 for anyone who found them.
On Friday, February 26, a woman found the two dogs tied to a pole and left alone after recognizing them from social media posts. She reportedly brought the dogs to the police station.
The two dogs were not found in Hollywood but miles away from where they had been kidnapped. According to media reports, they were not hurt and were returned to the owners safely. Ray Fisher, who was the one walking Gaga's dogs is at the moment admitted to a hospital where he is recovering. After having found out about how Fisher had tried to protect her dogs, Lady Gaga had thanked him.
She had said, "I continue to love you Ryan Fischer, you risked your life to fight for our family. You’re forever a hero." Initially, Fisher's condition at the hospital had been termed as grave but on February 25, it was reported that the dogwalker's condition was stable. A friend confirmed to media that he was breathing on his own.
According to Associated Press, Captain Jonathan Tippett was quoted as saying, the unnamed woman had left the dogs at the LAPD’s Olympic Community Police Station at around 6 pm.
There has been a lot of interest among the public if Gaga would really pay the woman who found her dogs and, according to media reports, the pop star has said that she would gladly pay the good samaritan.
While Gustav and Koji had been kidnapped, Gaga's other dog, Miss Asia had managed to get away and was found by the cops later. Miss Asia was then taken to the police headquarters from where she was picked up by Gaga's bodyguard.
The police released a description of the two men who shot Lady Gaga’s dog walker on February 26. Both suspects were described as Black males and between the ages of 20 and 25. They were seen in a white Nissan Altima with four doors, cops said in a press release.
The police added more details and said that the one who shot Fisher was armed with a semi-automatic handgun, has blond dreadlocks and had been wearing a black hoodie. The second suspect was wearing dark clothing, according to the release.