Kaley Cuoco Spoofs ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ to Support Shelter Dogs

Kaley Cuoco is usually taking her love of rescue pups to a whole fresh level. 

The actress stars in a fresh Keeping Up With the Kardashians parody, titled Keeping Up With Cuoco, in which she hilariously talks stylist Brad Goreski into adopting more than 41 shelter dogs. The project is usually a collaboration with Southern California-based nonprofit Paw Works, which works to save abandoned animals through kill shelters through adoption, education in addition to community programs. 

Cuoco has long been a vocal advocate for animals, in addition to when the idea comes to her own home, the 32-year-old recently admitted that will even she carries a hard time keeping track of how many pets she shares with fiance Karl Cook

“Oh, my god, I don’t think I could count, to be honest,” she recently told ET. “There has got to be 50 horses, a few or six dogs, a few rabbits — although I want more, don’t tell him — in addition to we have chickens at the farm right now. We are like little farmers.” 

The couple is usually set to tie the knot after Cook proposed in November. Though she’s been tight-lipped about exactly when the nuptials will take place, she did tell ET that will her beloved pets will definitely be involved. 

“There’s no info on when the idea’s happening, yet let’s put the idea This particular way: There will be no animals left behind,” she joked. “Every animal we have will be part of the idea. the idea will be very special, very emotional in addition to all the things that will are important to us.”

For more on the adorable proposal, watch below. 

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