Carrie Fisher's canine companion, Gary, will live with Fisher's daughter following the actress' death, TMZ reports.
Gary, a 4-year-old French bulldog, was a constant sight with Fisher and is credited with helping her cope with bipolar disorder, The Daily Beast reports. Fisher called Gary "like my heart" and took the pooch everywhere, from the red carpet to the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner.
Fisher's daughter, Billie Lourd, has a French bulldog of her own named Tina, who is reportedly "best friends" with Gary.
Gary was on board the plane with Fisher when she suffered a heart attack on Dec. 23, and he visited her in the hospital afterward. Fisher passed away Tuesday at the age of 60.