Actress Kaley Cuoco expressed her love for her late pet dog, Dumpy, and discussed how the loss wouldn’t deter her from rescuing dogs in the future. Cuoco attended the premiere of her new TV series, “Based on a True Story,” at the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood, California, where she spoke with ET’s Cassie DiLaura about her recent loss.
Cuoco shared the challenges of rescuing dogs, acknowledging the risk of heartbreak. Despite the emotional difficulties, she emphasized that the joy and blessings these dogs bring to her life outweigh the pain of their eventual loss. Cuoco fondly remembered Dumpy and his positive impact on everyone he encountered.
Taking to Instagram, Cuoco announced Dumpy’s passing through a series of photos showcasing the chihuahua’s playful nature and unique charm. The slideshow also included heartwarming pictures of Dumpy alongside Cuoco’s other dogs and her boyfriend, Tom Pelphrey.
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The loss of Dumpy followed the recent arrival of Cuoco and Pelphrey’s first child, Matilda. Looking ahead, Cuoco is excited to celebrate Pelphrey’s first Father’s Day and has planned some surprises for him.
Reflecting on the filming of “Based on a True Story,” Cuoco shared memories of being pregnant with Matilda during production. She recounted the intense moments on set and joked about hoping to avoid being pregnant again if the show resumes for a second season.
Cuoco expressed her enthusiasm for the series, describing it as a fantastic experience with an incredible cast and crew. She ended by stating that she looks forward to potentially diving into a second season while hoping to avoid the challenges of being pregnant once more.