Fans are tearing Lady Gaga apart as her homeless dog walker, Ryan Fischer, funds $32,000 to get off the streets.

The former dog walker had to undergo surgery after being fatally wounded by armed dog-nappers while attempting to defend the "Shallow" star's French bulldogs.

"At times I was scared. I was lonely. I felt abandoned and unsupported. I had long bouts of depression and doubt and self-pity," he wrote in a GoFundMe post.

His fundraiser featured a video of him in a hospital bed, as well as photographs of his bullet wounds — and a soundtrack of someone yelling, "Angrier than ever."

Fisher recently completed a six-month journey throughout America. He left Los Angeles in a 1991 Ford Falcon. He intended to utilize the trip to recover from the trauma he had suffered. As previously reported, Gaga's dog walker's automobile broke down in the second month of his journey.

He started a GoFundMe campaign to raise money for a roof over his head, a new automobile, and to finish his road journey.

"So here I am … I have a clear purpose but am at an obvious impasse," he wrote on his GoFundMe as well as at least two Instagram pages he runs.

"With no vehicle, apartment, and having run out of savings and surviving on donations from generous loved ones, I am humbly asking for your help," he wrote.

He said that the funds will help him buy a new van and cover travel expenses as he continues to "search out groups that support the process of emerging from trauma."

"For me, this includes retreat centers, trauma programs, queer healers, creatives and spiritual leaders," he said on the fundraiser, which as of Tuesday afternoon had raised just over $4,500 of his $40,000 goal.

Although Fischer did not mention Gaga, many of his followers tagged Fischer's 35-year-old singer and longtime friend.

"Question: Why won't Lady Gaga help you out?" one follower asked. "She was willing to provide $500,000 for the safe return of her dogs, so I'd think that giving you $40,000 would be a drop in the bucket"

"Wow this is shocking. Why had Lady Gaga not helped you?!!" one follower asked. Meanwhile, other fans wanted Lady Gaga to help Fischer pay the medical bills.

Another asked why "the wealthy person connected to all of this" was "not helping him," saying, "Im just… confused."

Fischer's shooting on Feb. 24 was caught on disturbing doorbell CCTV footage, which showed him shouting that he had been shot and was bleeding profusely from his chest.

Gaga said her injured dog walker will be "forever a hero" when she announced her $500,000 prize for the recovery of the then-missing French bulldogs, Koji and Gustav.

"I continue to love you Ryan Fischer, you risked your life to fight for our family," she said at the time.

The puppies were later given in by a woman who claimed she found them tied to a pole and demanded a large prize.

She was then charged after being linked to the alleged dognappers, a trio of alleged gang members who were allegedly unaware their targets were owned by such a well-known figure.

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Lady Gaga was recently spotted enjoying some downtime. Pictured: Lady Gaga poses in the press room with the Oscar during the 91st Annual Academy Awards at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California on February 24, 2019. Getty Images/Frederic J. Brown

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