Kaley Cuoco Gives Insight Into Her 'Very Special' Farm Life: 'Anything With 4 Legs Is Welcome'

Kaley Cuoco

Kaley Cuoco is giving insight into her farm life, sharing details of the "very special" place she's created for her loved ones—family, friends, and a variety of different animals included.

The Big Bang Theory alum recently spoke with People for its Beautiful issue, providing a glimpse into her personal life and all the beloved creatures she has taken in over the years.

On Thursday, May 2, a video clip of the actress' interview was shared via the publication's Instagram, where Cuoco chatted about having animals "you've probably never heard of before."

"Basically, this ranch is half show horses, half rescue animals," she said of the farmlands she bought in Thousand Oaks, just northwest of Los Angeles. "You name the animal and we probably have it; we even have ones you've probably never heard of before, like a zonkey—we have a zebra/donkey."

The Role Play star went on to talk about how the fact that she rescues dogs is something that "everybody knows" about her, however, she has expanded to farm animals and "learned a lot about that."

"Really, anything with four legs is welcome here. We don't really turn anyone away," she admitted, adding that "it became this magical" and "important place" over the past five or six years.

And not just for the animals, either. The 38-year-old shared that it's also such a memorable place for her loved ones who don't walk on all fours.

"Our families have had so many events here; so many life-altering moments, so many parties," she said of the "open-door policy" she implements for the property. "This place has brought a lot of joy to my family, my friends."

"This place is very special," she went on, describing how many of the animals, like the goats, chickens, donkeys, ponies, and pigs "all live together" and commune with one another.

"It's kind of beautiful because I think people think that 'You can't put that animal with that animal,' and it's really not how it goes here," the Based on a True Story actress explained. "They just figure it out."

Animals aside, Cuoco is also mom to daughter Matilda with Tom Pelphrey.

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