It has been a tough week for Kaley Cuoco. The actress was left devastated when she discovered that her dog Chester had died, only a week after she revealed that her pet pooch Petey had passed away.
Taking to her Instagram page, the 30-year-old wrote a touching tribute to her West Highland White Terrie,r Chester: "It hasn’t been a great week for dogs so with a heavy heart I must tell you, sweet Chester (aka Cheddar Cheese) has passed away. We rescue these angels blindly and have no idea what problems they may have. I’m still in shock but I just keep feeling blessed to have him in my life even for a small amount of time.
"He was such a joy – hilarious ears and followed me everywhere I went. He loved people so so much – loved being held and cuddled. Slept right on my pillow every night. I can sleep knowing that he felt extreme love towards the end of his life."
Only seven days previously, the TV actress shared similar words about her family dog Petey. "Anyone who knows me, know Petey, He was basically the first dog I ever had…I was gifted him on my sweet 16, by my bf at the time…When I moved out of my parent’s house at 17, I had plans to take him with me but he had stolen my parents hearts and they wouldn’t let me!
"Here we are 15 years later. My folks gave him the greatest life and he taught us what it meant to love an adoption pup. He has brought a lifetime of joy and laughs to our entire family. I know he will now enjoy doggie heaven where there will be an abundance of greenies just for him. This little guy, I will never forget…"
The actress uploaded a collage of her dog Petey onto her Instagram page
Despite the heartbreak Kaley attended the People’s Choice Awards on Wednesday evening, looking incredible in a dark blue sequinned dress. The star finally had some good news when her TV show The Big Bang Theory won the award for Favorite Network TV Comedy. Accepting the award alongside her colleagues, the actress said: "If you would have told us that after nine seasons we would be on this stage again, I don’t think any of us would have believed it. This has been an incredible ride."