Kaley Cuoco
Kaley Cuoco is hopeful that her fans would donate to help save the dogs, cats and horses that were affected by Hurricane Harvey. Pictured: Cuoco onstage at the “Big Bang Theory” panel during Comic-Con International 2017 at San Diego Convention Center on July 21, 2017. Getty Images/Kevin Winter

Kaley Cuoco and her dogs are enjoying the last few weeks of summer by taking a dip in the pool.

On her Instagram account, the “Big Bang Theory” actress shared a photo of herself with her two dogs posing for a photoshoot. Cuoco is fully clothed during her pictorial. She revealed in the caption that she and her pets are just in the pool at her house.

A few hours prior to sharing the cute snap, Cuoco also uploaded a video of her and her dog, Norman, riding a home swing. The actress shared that she had it built in her home by famed interior designer Jeff Andrews.

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The huge swing inside Cuoco’s home could fit at least three people. It is adorned with cushions and pillows and is made of mostly wood. Last month, Cuoco also tapped Andrews to help design a bar for her house. Two weeks later, she posted another photo of her home bar that was already stocked with different types of drinks and liquor.

Cuoco is still able to spend a lot of time with her dogs and her boyfriend, Karl Cook, since the filming for “Big Bang Theory” Season 11 has not yet commenced. Last week, Cook accompanied Cuoco at the Paw Works auction event in Australia. The couple had a wonderful time not only at the event, but also throughout their vacation.

Meanwhile, “Big Bang Theory” Season 11 will premiere on CBS on Sept. 25. The upcoming season is set to have a total of 24 episodes just like Season 10. While at the Television Critics Association summer press tour last week, showrunner Steve Molaro said that they don’t plot episodes for very long and instead they focus on the show on a per-episode basis.

When asked if Season 12 will be the last for “Big Bang Theory” since CBS has already renewed the sitcom until 2019, Molaro said, “As long as we can go; 20 years. I hope I have it as long as we can.”

Co-creator Chuck Lorre added, “We never really figured to be at year 11, let alone what’s going to happen after 12. One could easily presume that would be the end of the series, but I’m just amazed we’re here.”