Matthew Perry's Friends co-star Lisa Kudrow to adopt his dog? Actress left baffled by his tragic demise

    Matthew Perry's Friends co-star Lisa Kudrow might adopt his pet dog. The actress is left baffled by his death.

    Matthew Perry and Lisa Kudrow

    Matthew Perry and Lisa Kudrow

    Matthew Perry’s tragic demise on October 28, 2023, has plunged the entire Hollywood fraternity and his fans into gloom and shock. Now, reportedly his Friends co-star Lisa Kudrow is considering adopting Perry’s beloved pet dog, Alfred. Lisa who was known for her portrayal of Pheobe Buffay in the cult comedy series has also been left baffled like the rest of the star cast of the show.

    Lisa Kudrow is considering to adopt Matthew Perry's pet dog

    A news report in the Daily Mail stated that Kudrow is left devastated by Friends co-star and close friend’s demise and is likely to adopt his pet dog. A source close to the star cast told the publication, “Lisa and [the] cast will all be attending his services. This does not seem real or fair to her or any of the gang, because Matthew was finally at peace with himself and was having the best year of his life since his book launch almost exactly one year ago. He was enjoying life.”

    Friends star cast feels Matthew \took prescribed medications that were unsafe for hot water

    The report further added that according to Matthew’s Friends star cast, he might have taken some prescribed medications that were not safe to take before getting into the hot water. Earlier, a report on Page Six stated, “The cast is reeling from the loss of their brother because that's what Matty was - their brother. It's just devastating.” Lisa along with Perry’s other Friends co-stars namely Jennifer Aniston, Matt Le Blanc, David Schwimmer, and Courteney Cox are expected to share a joint statement soon.

    Friends creators Marta Kauffman, Kevin Bright, and David Crane had earlier shared a heartwarming tribute to the late actor who played Chandler Bing on the show. It read, “We will always cherish the joy, the light, the blinding intelligence he brought to every moment - not just to his work, but in life as well. We send all of our love to his family and friends. This truly is The One Where Our Hearts Are Broken.” Perry had released his memoir, Friends, Lovers and the Big Terrible Thing was published last year in November.