Carrie Fisher was reportedly in stable condition on Sunday according to her mom Debbie Reynolds who passed away this afternoon. Unfortunately, Carrie’s health NEVER improved. She died on Tuesday leaving behind her daughter Billie Lourd and her cherished dog Gary Fisher!!!
Find out the details on Carrie Fisher and Gary Fisher…
After Carrie Fisher suffered a massive heart attack on a flight from London to Los Angeles, she was rushed to UCLA Medical Center.
The only problem is that Fisher was unresponsive from the time she suffered the massive heart attack on the United flight. The family wanted to keep Carrie’s final moments private as they decided to give her a few days to see if she would heal and respond. Unfortunately Carrie Fisher NEVER improved.
The reports that she was in “stable” condition, was the family trying to buy more time before the enevitable. The reality was her condition did not improve.
On Tuesday, Carrie succumbed that morning at UCLA Medical Center.
Billie Lourd Gets Beloved Dog Gary!
As for her loyal dog, Gary Fisher, who is missing Carrie terribly has moved in with her daughter Billie Lourd. Carrie Fisher loved that dog dearly, she cherished Gary who was flying home with her. He will now be cared for by Carrie’s daughter.
Family friends tell us Billie Lourd will take custody of the French bulldog. Gary was by Carrie’s side on the plane from London to LAX when Carrie’s heart stopped. He was like a child to Carrie, she carted her best friend almost everywhere she went … even interviews.
Gary visited his mom at UCLA Medical Center, saying his goodbye’s.
Billie already has a French bulldog named Tina, that’s best friends with Gary. We’re told she wants to make sure the 2 get along in the long term and she’s able to handle the added responsibility.
A family source told TMZ, Carrie always wanted Billie to take Gary if something happened to her. If, for some reason, Billie can’t care for Gary for the long haul, the dog will remain in the family.
Gary was adopted as a service pet to help Carrie with her bipolar disorder.