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WATCH: Kaley Cuoco in New 'I Love My Pit Bull' PSA

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‘The Big Bang Theory’ star Kaley Cuoco hasn’t been shy about telling the world she’s a pit bull advocate.

The actress was “heartbroken” when Kelly Ripa made some unfortunate and misguided comments about the all too misunderstood breed. Now, Cuoco has taken part in a new PSA put together by Angel City Pit Bulls that highlights pit bull owners and their loving companions. The organization is dedicated to “creating a better future for pit bulls by promoting their positive image as loving family companions through education, public advocacy, adoptions, and responsible pet ownership.”

Cuoco tweeted, “so proud to be part of this! watch and you will smile!” You’ll get to see Cuoco’s pups and hear from a dozen or so pit bull lovers who want you to know that they “love their pit bull.”

Check out the PSA.

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  • cool!

  • Jamie Jones

    My name is Jamie and I LOVE my PITBULLS!!!

  • Kylie

    Love her!

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