Kaley Cuoco has made her love of animals, especially dogs, well known over the years as “The Flight Attendant” star has collected a literal stable of furry friends that also included horses and even a bunny. However, there has always been one main man in the star’s life, but unfortunately, he has passed away. 35-year-old Cuoco took to Instagram early Saturday morning to reveal the tragic news, her dog Normal had died. With a very heavy heart, the star put together an emotional statement to remember the great dog.
“[Earth] shattering deep gut wrenching pain I didn’t know was possible,” Kaley Cuoco wrote on social media to her millions of fans while sharing a couple black and white photos of herself and the late Normal.
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She continued, “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.”
It’s unclear how Norman died, but the good boy was obviously getting up there in doggy years at 14 years old.
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Within moments of announcing Norman’s passing, Kaley Cuoco’s Instagram feed was flooded with condolences from family and friends.
Her sister, Bri Cuoco, wrote ” love you forever, Norman.”
Cuoco’s makeup artist, Daniel Martin, who no doubtedly spent many times with Norman, wrote, “I’m at a loss for words cuz I know how much he meant to you. I’m sending you so much love right now…I’m so sorry.”
“Oh Kaley, I am so deeply sorry. Just in tears reading this news. Sweet Norman,” read another comment about the sweet dog.
Norman was obviously Kaley Cuoco’s top dog, but the love for her best friend ran much deeper as she even can contribute much of her career success to Norman. Cuoco’s production company, Yes, Norman Productions, was founded in October 2017 and is obviously named after her late dog. The production company recently entered into an exclusive multi-year first-look production deal with Warner Bros. Television and eventually led to the premiere of her new big series with HBO Max, “The Flight Attendant.”