Big Bang Theory's Kaley Cuoco just met a tiny horse

Rianne Houghton
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From Digital Spy

Forget about all that Big Bang Theory pay business – or even that Sheldon Cooper spin-off – because something more pressing has just happened to one of its biggest stars.

Yes, Kaley Cuoco has been spending time with a seriously tiny horse or two, and our hearts can't cope with the cuteness of it all.

Taking to Instagram to share her excitement (which we don't at all blame her for), Kaley told fans she'd had an "unbelievable experience" visiting mini horses, full-sized horses and llamas at a local sanctuary. Talk about living the dream.

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Anyone else feeling like a sudden career change?

While seeing Kaley frolic with teeny horses warms our heart, the fact that those rumours about the Big Bang cast taking pay cuts for Mayim Bialik and Melissa Rauch are probably false has kinda broken it.

Mayim, who plays fan-favourite Amy on the series, recently brushed off the claims when asked about them. "I think in general, don't believe everything you read," she responded.

But while it's unlikely that Mayim and Melissa's castmates did take that $100,000 pay cut to boost the others' salaries, the good news is, they're all still the best of mates.

Photo credit: Monty Brinton / CBS

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"I'm happy to report that we have a very cohesive cast and we all know that our strength is together," Mayim admitted.

"We all really love each other, we love going to work and we're very excited to do two more seasons."

The Big Bang Theory airs on CBS in the US and on E4 in the UK.

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