More Videos

JCPenney opens for Black Friday sales Thursday afternoon 0:43

JCPenney opens for Black Friday sales Thursday afternoon

She needs $35,000 in dental work, but she's getting it all for free 1:34

She needs $35,000 in dental work, but she's getting it all for free

Accident at HSR construction site injures two 0:41

Accident at HSR construction site injures two

The Vineyards, a $42 million expansion of California Armenian Home, preparing to open 1:59

The Vineyards, a $42 million expansion of California Armenian Home, preparing to open

Here's what Fresno's 'hot felon' thinks of your eggplant emojis 1:45

Here's what Fresno's 'hot felon' thinks of your eggplant emojis

Community serves up Thanksgiving dinner for on-duty Clovis police officers 1:32

Community serves up Thanksgiving dinner for on-duty Clovis police officers

Dash cam video shows small plane making crash landing in Florida 1:03

Dash cam video shows small plane making crash landing in Florida

Little Emma's 18-year-old dad has advice for other teen fathers 1:32

Little Emma's 18-year-old dad has advice for other teen fathers

Footage shows North Korean defector's escape 6:39

Footage shows North Korean defector's escape

What's tapsilog? Owner of Filipino restaurant explains 1:39

What's tapsilog? Owner of Filipino restaurant explains

  • These pools are going to the dogs

    Fresno Humane Animal Services president Brenda Mitchell talks about how her staff keeps animals at the shelter a little more comfortable in the Valley's soaring temperatures. Kiddie pools, fans and misters are used to help the dogs, while cats and kittens are kept in the facility’s cooler office.

Fresno Humane Animal Services president Brenda Mitchell talks about how her staff keeps animals at the shelter a little more comfortable in the Valley's soaring temperatures. Kiddie pools, fans and misters are used to help the dogs, while cats and kittens are kept in the facility’s cooler office. John Walker jwalker@fresnobee.com
Fresno Humane Animal Services president Brenda Mitchell talks about how her staff keeps animals at the shelter a little more comfortable in the Valley's soaring temperatures. Kiddie pools, fans and misters are used to help the dogs, while cats and kittens are kept in the facility’s cooler office. John Walker jwalker@fresnobee.com

Fresno shelters work to keep their animals cool in 100-degree heat

June 03, 2016 05:57 PM

UPDATED June 05, 2016 11:16 AM

More Videos

JCPenney opens for Black Friday sales Thursday afternoon 0:43

JCPenney opens for Black Friday sales Thursday afternoon

She needs $35,000 in dental work, but she's getting it all for free 1:34

She needs $35,000 in dental work, but she's getting it all for free

Accident at HSR construction site injures two 0:41

Accident at HSR construction site injures two

The Vineyards, a $42 million expansion of California Armenian Home, preparing to open 1:59

The Vineyards, a $42 million expansion of California Armenian Home, preparing to open

Here's what Fresno's 'hot felon' thinks of your eggplant emojis 1:45

Here's what Fresno's 'hot felon' thinks of your eggplant emojis

Community serves up Thanksgiving dinner for on-duty Clovis police officers 1:32

Community serves up Thanksgiving dinner for on-duty Clovis police officers

Dash cam video shows small plane making crash landing in Florida 1:03

Dash cam video shows small plane making crash landing in Florida

Little Emma's 18-year-old dad has advice for other teen fathers 1:32

Little Emma's 18-year-old dad has advice for other teen fathers

Footage shows North Korean defector's escape 6:39

Footage shows North Korean defector's escape

What's tapsilog? Owner of Filipino restaurant explains 1:39

What's tapsilog? Owner of Filipino restaurant explains

  • JCPenney opens for Black Friday sales Thursday afternoon

    Shoppers take in the warmth and sunshine of Thanksgiving day while standing in line outside Fashion Fair's JCPenney for Black Friday sales Thursday afternoon, Nov. 23, 2017 in Fresno.