Kaley Cuoco
Kaley Cuoco stars as Penny in CBS' series The Big Bang Theory Getty

Kaley Cuoco's love for her pitbull Norman is boundless and her Instagram account, which she named after him, is proof of it. The Big Bang Theory star shared another photo with her adorable dog, and fans are going gaga over their cuteness.

In the snap, Cuoco is seen snuggling up to Norman in a sofa. The caption reads, "Best snuggliest yummiest puppers." The 31-year-old wears a casual white t-shirt and teams it up with tights for the snap, as she cozies up with her pet.

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The 3.3 million followers of Cuoco are loving the post with some calling Norman "lucky." A user wrote in the comments section, "Gives a new meaning to lucky dog," while another hilariously said, "At last! We have the origin of the phrase 'You lucky dog'."

Many users found the Cuoco post adorable with one calling it "Cuteness overload."

"Nothing like a dog to make you feel special and loved," another noted. The Penny actor has shared photos with her pup several times on Instagram. In one of her posts from 9 October, Cuoco was seen making kissing faces at him, with the caption, "We get each other #norman."

Again on National Dog day, the actress hailed Norman by sharing an adorable clip of herself with the dog. "Happy #nationaldogday !!!! This one goes out to the one and only #norman," she captioned the post.

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The animal lover previously opened up about adopting her first rescued pitbull, whom she named Norman that changed her life. She told the LA times, "I knew right away. I wanted this dog to be in my life."

In between filming The Big Bang Theory, the actress is actively involved in finding a home for needy animals. "You know, an animal is so innocent. They have no voice. ... I want to kind of be a voice for them, and speak up for them."

Cuoco is intent on highlighting the plight of animals dropped off at shelters because they are old. "It's because they're old. So many people come in and drop off dogs they've had for years that they don't want anymore because they're old," she explained to the outlet.

"I live by this saying. I don't know who quoted it, but it's like: Who rescued who?" and added, "And I just think it's the sweetest thing. Because it's true. It changes your life."