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Carrie Fisher's Dog Is Getting Adopted By Her Daughter So You Can Stop Worrying

By Mark Pygas

Yesterday, the world lost legendary actress, writer generally amazing person, Carrie Fisher at the age of 60. The "Star Wars" legend passed away after suffering cardiac arrest. During the mourning that occurred worldwide, Twitter users had one question — what would happen to Fisher's beloved French Bulldog, Gary?

The actress credited her pup with helping her cope with her bipolar disorder, and Gary has been posting many tributes to his "mommy" since she passed away in the early hours of yesterday morning.  

But there is some good news to come out of all of this, because TMZ has learned from family friends that Fisher's daughter, actress Billie Lourd, will take custody of the French Bulldog.

Gary will live alongside Lourd's own French Bulldog named Tina, and judging by social media, the two won't have any problems getting along.