The 29-year-old is mother to a handful of animals, including four dogs -- Norman, Chester, Shirley and Ruby -- and Zaza, a horse she took home following her split from her husband, Ryan Sweeting, in September. While she adores all of her pets, the actress told ET there's one that holds an extra special place in her heart.
"Norman's my main man," she said of her most frequently Instagrammed dog. "Norman's always been my main man, and he will always continue to be. I mean, I think I'm actually going to put a tattoo of him on me. That's how much I love him."
"He's everything," she continued. "We've been through a lot together and, yeah, he's very near and dear to my heart."
Those that follow Cuoco on Instagram know that she loves sharing pics of her pets on social media. She told ET that per usual, she plans to share some snaps of her furry fam during the holidays -- dressed up, that is!
"I am going to try and get a photo with all of them, with some sort of outfit on," she revealed. "I try to do it every year. It'll take, like, an hour. I have to hold a treat up for as long as I can, and get them all to look in the same spot, but I'm hoping to accomplish it this year."
Cuoco also joked that preparing for the event, which aims to raise awareness of dog-related issues and encourage people to adopt, involved "a lot of dog-licking at home."
"[There was] a lot of kissing the dogs, a lot of feeding the dogs," Cuoco told ET. "A lot of walking in heels with the dogs. I think I've been preparing for this my whole life."
On a more serious note, however, Cuoco discussed her excitement and passion for caring for animals in need. "We're going to try and get all these dogs homes, so that's the best part about it," she said.
Earlier this month, Cuoco attended the Stand Up for Pits Comedy Benefit in Hollywood, California, where she talked about how animals have helped her heal from her breakup with Sweeting.
"My two pits have made this last year so much better for me," Cuoco told the audience while fighting back tears, an eyewitness told US Weekly, noting that she then "quickly pulled it together and moved forward."