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Kaley Cuoco heartbroken as beloved dog Norman dies: ‘Earth shattering pain I didn’t know was possible’

Kaley Cuoco has shared her heartbreak with fans after her beloved dog Norman, who she’d had for 14 years, died.

The Big Bang Theory actress, 35, took to Instagram to share a host of photos of her with Norman, posting a heartfelt message to her much-loved companion.

She wrote: ‘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’.

Kaley and Norman had shared a close bond, with the actress even naming her production company, Norman Productions, after him.

She and her husband, Karl Cook, and big animal lovers and have fostered and adopted dogs, including their late pup Petunia, who they saved amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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Kaley was left heartbroken by Norman’s death (Picture: Kaley Cuoco/Instagram)
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Norman had been in Kaley’s life for 14 years (Picture: Kaley Cuoco/Instagram)

The elderly dog, which they had adopted in August, sadly passed away in November after spending the last months of her life in their loving home.

Kaley wrote at the time: ‘Thank you @PawsForLifeK9 for initially saving her. We were so honoured to love her in her final days.’

Karl added: ‘After a life of untold loneliness and hardship, she is at rest. For that, I am happy.

‘We did what we [could], 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. Petunia, it is not the amount of time together, but it’s [the] effects on the soul. You affected everyone who met you.

‘You’re forever my old lady. I miss you so much already, sleep my sweet angel.’

She has often spoken about her passion for rescuing animals, and in 2017 Kaley told the Los Angeles Times: ‘I realized what great dogs they were, and how horribly they were seen. And I just didn’t want that to happen anymore. So it became a passion.’


Credit: Original article published here.

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