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Blue (Dog)

Breed: German Shepherd | Adopted Dec 2018
Rescued

Tom Pelphrey has a rescue German Shepherd named Blue that he shared with his partner Kaley Cuoco. Blue is short for Blueberry. Blue sadly passed away in March 2024 and you can read about Cuoco and Pelphrey’s tributes and his adoption story.

Sasha (Dog)

Adopted 2009
Rescued

Tom Pelphrey used to have a three-legged rescue named Sasah that he got in 2009. Sasha passed away in July 2018.

Last week I had to say goodbye to my angel. In 2009 I was living in LA. I had recently lost my Dad and I was struggling, and felt lost. I “rescued” Sasha… and my life changed. I started leaving the house again. Adventures. The world opened back up, and my heart opened back up. In the years since, Sasha has been my near-constant companion, my best bud, my guardian angel. We lived in 6 different cities together, and we visited twice as many more. We drove cross country, did road trips, and there was ALOT of swimming involved. 14 months ago she was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, and we amputated her leg. She (like all dogs) couldn’t give a fuck less. And my experience of our bond deepened to a level that I wouldn’t have imagined possible. There were moments in the last year that will last forever. Recently the cancer metastasized, and she began to struggle. I put her down before she had to suffer. I held that big, soft, beautiful head in my hands and told her I love her over and over again. (I was calm and gently assertive Caesar). Once she was gone I lost my shit. I was lucky… my friends surrounded me with empathy and generosity. My brother offered to travel across the country. My girlfriend dove into the deep end with me and held my hand, never blinking. We ALL know loss. It’s really fucking hard… and the questions and feelings that arise can feel crushing. But I will say this:: the sadness I feel now doesn’t hold a fucking candle to the love and gratitude I feel for the last 9+ years. Not even fucking close. I have a skittish relationship to social media… I’m wary of it and self-conscious using it… but I’ve always love sharing pictures of Sasha. My love for her always felt like a contribution worth making… so I felt compelled to share this. If you’re an animal lover, and I know you are legion, you already understand everything I’m saying. If you’re still reading this at all… thank you for letting me share. The world seems so crazy right now… let’s always try and remember that we share so much more than what separates us. Today I’m grateful for all the Love in my life, in all of it’s many forms. #sashafierce

@tommyphelphrey, Instagram, July 2018

Red (Dog)

Breed: Chihuahua | Adopted Nov 2023

In November 2023, after trying to get him adopted, Kaley Cuoco and Tom Pelphrey adopted a Chihuahua named Red.

Connie Cowstein (Cow)

Breed: Mini Cow | Adopted Dec 2021
Rescued

Kaley Cuoco has a rescue mini cow named Connie Cowstein that she adopted for Christmas in 2021.

Oh and this happened. We adopted a mini cow and I actually can’t handle it. Her name is Connie. Sit with that for a minute. I couldn’t stop staring at her. She’s so magical and sweet.

@kaleycuoco, Instagram, December 2021

King (Dog)

Breed: Chihuahua | Adopted Oct 2022
Rescued

Kaley Cuoco and Tom Pelphrey adopted their first rescue as a couple in October 2022 and named him King. King was a senior Chihuahua at 10 years old, and sadly passed away in February 2024. Both Cuoco and Pelphrey posted lengthy heartfelt tributes to King.

here are no words to describe our dearest little Kingy. He was the first dog @tommypelphrey and I rescued together and honestly the most special.
I saw him online shaking in a shelter in Atlanta while I was away in Germany , and asked the shelter to hold him because we just had to have him. A month later we were in Atlanta for Tom’s work, and we spent an entire day driving hours to go pick up King. It was ♥️! We did not have him nearly long enough. What started as a 6 pound , skinny , wouldn’t drink water , fur less, scared dog, turned into a chubby , hilarious , side plopping, eye kissing part of our family. The hardest part about adopting seniors with medical issues, is we truly don’t know how long we have. All I know is Kingy gave us the most joy over the last year in a half and we could not love him more. To everyone that helped with Kingy’s journey along the way, thank you. I urge you to rescue your next best friend He has left his paw print on our family’s hearts forever

@kaleycuoco, Instagram, February 2024

Miss Opal (Dog)

Breed: Chihuahua | Adopted Mar 2023
Rescued

Kaley Cuoco and Tom Pelphrey added a third rescue Chihuahua to her pack in March 2023 named Miss Opal.

Rescue Animal Ranch

Rescued

Kaley Cuoco has a 40-acre farm ranch in Ventura County, California for all her rescue animals. On top of all the farm animals named in her profile here, she has many others living on her ranch, including sheep, goats, cows, pigs, ponies, horses, chickens, and more.

Zazie (Zonkey)

Rescued

Kaley Cuoco has a rescued Zonkey named Zazie on her ranch. And yes, a Zonkey is a Zebra-Donkey hybrid.

Tom Pelphrey

Tom Pelphrey Pets

Birthday

July 28, 1982 (41)

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Tom Pelphrey is an American actor best known for his roles in Guiding Light and Ozark. He first gained notable attention for his portrayal of Jonathan Randall in the long-running soap opera Guiding Light, a role that not only displayed his acting prowess but also earned him critical acclaim. In television, he continued to impress with his performances in Banshee and as Ward Meachum in Iron Fist. However, it was his role in Ozark as Ben Davis that truly highlighted his depth as an actor, bringing a complex and emotionally charged character to life.

Throughout his career, Pelphrey has worked alongside numerous celebrities and influential figures, showcasing his ability to hold his own in diverse acting ensembles. In Guiding Light, he acted alongside Kim Zimmer and Jordan Clarke. His role in Banshee saw him share the screen with Antony Starr and Ivana Miličević. In Iron Fist, he worked closely with Finn Jones and Jessica Henwick. In Ozark, he acted alongside Jason Bateman, Laura Linney, and Julia Garner, further enhancing his reputation as a versatile actor.

Pelphrey’s talents have been recognized with various awards and distinctions. His performance in Guiding Light earned him two Daytime Emmy Awards, a testament to his skill and impact in the role. Additionally, his portrayal in Ozark was acknowledged with critical acclaim and a Primetime Emmy Award nomination, solidifying his status as a respected figure in the acting community.

Tom Pelphrey is currently in a relationship with actress Kaley Cuoco, and they have one human child together named Matilda and a pack of rescue dogs and farm animals.