Kaley Cuoco has received her dog Norman’s ashes following his heartbreaking death.
The Big Bang Theory star, 35, was left devastated by Norman’s death three weeks ago and had described the pain she was feeling at the time was both ‘earth shattering’ and ‘gut-wrenching’.
A huge dog lover, Kaley revealed that she’d had pooch Norman for 14 years before he died and assured her pet that he will ‘always have her heart’.
Now, Kaley has been reunited with Norman as she revealed on Instagram that she has got his ashes back.
Setting up a shrine to her beloved pup, Kaley revealed she has placed Norman’s ashes on a shelf alongside sweet pictures of him and a framed paw print.
‘Our guys is back, always with us,’ Kaley captioned her post shared to her story.
Following Norman’s death, Kaley had remembered her cute companion in a sweet tribute she shared with fans.
Alongside black and white photos of her and Norman cuddling up together, she penned: ‘Earth shattering deep gut wrenching pain I didn’t know was possible. Norman, you were my entire world for 14 years.
‘Thank you for smiling at me as you left this world, confirming for me once again our language was ours alone. You will always have my heart’.
The duo had shared a close bond, with Kaley even naming her production company, Norman Productions, after her dog.
Already proven to be a success, the company optioned the rights to The Flight Attendant in 2017, which was picked up by HBO and stars Kaley, who also serves as an executive producer on the show.
Following its release last year, The Flight Attendant went on to win critical acclaim and land several nods for the 2021 award season, including two Golden Globes.
A huge animal lover, when Kaley isn’t scooping up award nominations, she spends her time fostering and adopting pets, including her dog Petunia who she rescued during the coronavirus pandemic.
Petunia sadly died in November, with Kaley’s husband Karl Cook announcing the news on Instagram, alongside a sweet message that read: ‘After a life of untold loneliness and hardship she is at rest. For that I am happy. We did what we adopted Petunia to do better than anyone else, give her everything.
‘She is resting at peace, with everyday’s sunset to warm her. That is what matters most.’
Kaley and Karl also fostered a chihuahua they named Dumpy. The couple took Dumpy in during the pandemic to house him until he found a forever home, but after falling in love, they decided they’d be the ones to adopt the pup.
Kaley joked Dumpy had been a ‘foster fail’, as she insisted he had ‘stolen their hearts’.
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