Scarlett, a little girl, has discovered the key to a restful night’s sleep: her 99-pound rescue pit bull.Four years ago, the Geiger family got Lebowski from Priceless Pet Rescue, and Scarlett felt an instant bond with the puppy.Scarlett Geiger’s mother, Jennifer Geiger, told The Dodo that Scarlett met Lebowski when she was four years old and he was ten weeks old.
“She was completely taken by his adorable face and adored her puppy!” I’d say they were both attracted to each other right away.”
Lebowski began to imitate his older sister’s actions. She dressed up, went to tea parties, and did her homework while the puppy sat by her side.
Naptime, on the other hand, was Lebowski’s favorite activity to do with his friends.
“Since we first got him home, Lebowski has snuggled up to nap near Scar,” Geiger added. “They’ve fallen asleep on the couch numerous times together.”
Around the age of eight months, Lebowski began to vanish at night. “There were occasions when I’d wake up in the middle of the night and couldn’t find him,” Geiger explained.
Finally, Geiger discovered Lebowski crouching under Scarlett’s bed, “like a monster,” as Geiger put it.
Then one night, when Geiger opened the door to Scarlett’s room, he discovered Lebowski snoring alongside her. Geiger added, “He made himself at home by her side and hasn’t stopped since.”
Scarlett and Lebowski are still sharing her twin bed after all these years. “Wherever they sleep in this house, it’s always together and that’s all that counts to them,” Geiger said on Instagram.
Now, it’s just a matter of time before Lebowski finds his way to Scarlett’s room – if she isn’t at a sleepover. “When we tell him to go to bed, he rushes over to Scar and snuggles up,” Geiger explained. “It’s the loveliest thing,” says the speaker.
She said, “He keeps a careful check on his girl and mopes around when they’re not together.” “Their friendship is quite special, and we consider ourselves lucky to be able to see their love as they grow together and embark on new adventures.”