They should change the name of the show to AWKWARD! With Kelly and Michael!
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There's no doubt Kaley Cuoco loves her dogs!
On Sunday, the 29-year-old actress hosted Stand Up for Pits at the Improv Comedy Club in West Hollywood, where she emotionally thanked her pups for helping her get through such a difficult time as she split from husband Ryan Sweeting in September.
The Big Bang Theory star opened the show saying:
"My two pits have made this last year so much better for me."
A source from the event reported:
"Tears glistened in her eyes, she quickly pulled it together and moved forward."
Miz Cuoco is a huge advocate for pet adoption, and she recently just added an adorable new member to the family, Chester.
See all the cuteness (below)!
As dog lovers ourselves, we hate to hear a sad story like this.
This one is about a sweet grey pit bull-terrier named Lucy, who is more than meets the eye.
She's not only the door greeter at Westside Pet Clinic in Santa Monica, California where her owner (and mom!) Dr. Antje Hinz is the medical director, but she also helps out there to keep other animals calm during their visits — just check out how sweet she is with a cute kitten patient (above).
More than that however, she's held a much bigger role in Dr. Hinz's life. Lucy is also Hinz's registered emotional support service dog who helped her during her 5-year aggressive breast cancer battle. She calls Lucy her Buddha and purpose to keep going.
Unfortunately, while Hinz was on a trip to Germany with her boyfriend and Lucy's other owner, Finneus Egan, Lucy went missing from her petsitter's home in Venice, California on September 7.
We can't imagine going through that heartbreaking situation, but while Lucy was strong for her owner during her cancer battle, Lucy's family is being strong for her and staying determined to bring her home safely.
You can check out all they've been doing to find her through a Facebook page dedicated to the search HERE. And you can also find more info on their Instagram for Lucy HERE. They want to get the word out on their missing dog, and hope that the right person will see this information and help.
They've even received help from E! News' Maria Menounos, who is a client and friend of Hinz. She's been helping with the search through her own social media, as well as hitting the pavement with Lucy's owners to reach out to locals for any possible leads:
It's about time!
It feels like everything we've heard about Kim Richards recently has been about her pit bull Kingsley biting people!
Thankfully, for the safety of Kim, Kingsley, and everyone in Beverly Hills, the Real Housewife has finally decided to send her dog to a trainer following his fifth attack.
And that's only counting aggressions towards people!
Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills' Kim Richards loves her pit bull Kingsley.
Even though the dog has a history of biting, being aggressive towards other dogs, and even attacked a trainer on an episode of RHOBH, Kim still loves her pup.
Which is probably why animal control wasn't called after Kinglsey attacked Kim's sister Kyle Richards' daughter Alexia!! They wanted to keep the matter "private."
Felicity, the pit-bull mix, has had a really tough time.
She was found last month in Lexington, Kentucky, tied to a fence, and was taken in by the Lexington Humane Society.
Sadly, this little pup had the word "f*ck" chemically burned into her!!
That's right! Puppy to the rescue!
A 2-year-old pit bull named Ace rescued his deaf owner when a fire started in their Indianapolis home.
13-year-old Nick Lamb was home alone and fast asleep without his cochlear implants in when Ace started to notice something wasn't right.
Instead of barking, Ace had to get Nick's attention another way. Nick explained:
First off, we're taking about a pit bull. Not the Pitbull.
Mickey the pit bull mauled a young boy in Phoenix, Arizona. The dog attacked a 4-year-old boy his owner was babysitting.
The boy was left with a broken eye socket and jaw, and has months and months of reconstructive surgery ahead of him.
While many people were screaming for blood, many other compassionate people thought a life sentence was less cruel.
A judge ended up sentencing the dog to life in prison, and ordered him