The 23-year-old — who recently purchased his own home in Flagstaff, Ariz., — has now adopted a cat to help fill his empty house.
His proud mama announced the happy news on Sunday, January 16, where she took to Instagram to share a photo of her son's adorable new pet. "Garrison called me today to say he has adopted a cat! He bought a home last month and now feels he is in a more settled place," she wrote in the caption. "Name is TBD. Garrison told me this is his first official family portrait 🤣."
As OK! previously reported, Garrison became the new owner of a $329k two-story home last month after moving out of his parents' family home following his father Kody Brown's over-the-top COVID-19 restrictions.
Kody and Janelle — who share five other children together — have been butting heads on the most recent season of Sister Wives, as the famous patriarch refuses to budge regarding his strict rules for their family amid the pandemic.
After Janelle insisted her boys should still be allowed to have a social life despite the ongoing pandemic, Kody suggested that they move out if they couldn't comply with the rules — and Garrison did just that.
After the spouses got into a heated argument regarding their holiday plans in the midst of COVID, Janelle admitted in a confessional that she was stuck "between a rock and a hard place."
"I'm having to make sure my kids are mentally well, I'm giving them the best chance. And then I'm having to choose these rules that the family has, which aren't very different from my rules," she explained, adding that Kody was being "condescending" towards her.
In the latest episode of the TLC series, the 52-year-old mom confessed her relationship with Kody has become increasingly more strained, causing her to have second thoughts about their polygamous marriage.
"I've had to really think. My children are almost grown and there's not a huge necessity anymore to stay," she confessed. "It was a wonderful way to raise children. With Kody and I right now, our relationship is pretty strained. And you know, it's easy to walk away."