Kaley Cuoco Assumed She Will Die!? Luckily, A Hero Saves The Day!


Kaley Cuoco purportedly thought she will die as she spotted a snake in her home. Karl Cook, Cuoco’s sweetheart, has shared in his most recent post that their dog Tank was the hero who saved the day.

Evidently “The Big Bang Theory” star was truly freaked out. She was preparing to have a get-together that day at her place. Her beau saw the snake and after that, Tank took control of the situation.

“So I get to Kaley’s house today where she is having a beautiful party tonight and the first thing I see on a snake slithering across the red carpet #greatstart Kaley predictably freaked out like we were all going to die. Then tank took control of the situation and there will be no more snakes, thanks tank. Just the benefits of tank quality security services. Good boy tank.”

After that, Kaley Cuoco, Karl Cook, and Tank were all safe and good. Thereafter, Karl shared a photograph of Kaley along with Tank and affirmed that all is well. The actor further went on to share a romantic photograph with a background of Italy in her patio. Kaley Cuoco and Karl Cook appear to be very bonded. The lovey-dovey couple frequently shares photograph of their minutes together. In an interview, Kaley shared that they are made for each other.

“Literally, we bumped arms at a horse show. We each said, ‘Oh, I’m sorry’ — and everything changed. I looked at him and he looked at me…”

Kaley has dated her The Big Bang Theory co-star Johnny Galecki earlier on. They dated while their characters Penny and Leonard were dating on the show. Despite the fact that they separated in 2009, they have stayed great buddies from that point forward. However, Cuoco was having a few issues after her divorce from Ryan Sweeting a year ago. Anyway, it appears that her new beau has truly gotten back faith in her marriage.

“I knew this was just not the right thing. The right thing was coming for me. I knew it. We all go through these things, but a lot of people don’t see everyone’s personal life played out. A lot of people go through this stuff on their own and I’m just glad I got through it. And I couldn’t be happier.”