Did You Know that You Can Clone Your Pet?

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On July 5, 1996, Dolly the sheep is born in the Roslin Institute in Scotland. Dolly is the first cloned mammal, named after the singer and actress, Dolly Parton. The first horse was cloned just seven years later. One year later, in 2004, GSC inc post an add for there first-ever cloned cats for public sale. Just a year later the first dog was cloned. Right now, you can clone your dog for $50,000 to $100,000, bass on size. You can also clone your cat for around $25,000.

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I am going to tell you a story about an Iowa woman and her pet cat clone so that you know what you are getting into. She decided to clone her cat Mr.Tufts, after his death. According to the woman, her new cat looked exactly alike but the health and body of her new cat. She said that Mr.Tuffs Jr (the new clone cat) lack the bad respiratory disease that affect Mr.Tufts. Tuffs Jr’s personality is also just like original Tufts. Mr.Tuffs Jr is more active then Mr.Tuffs. Mr.Tufts Jr is like Mr.Tufts in many different ways, like his look, personality, and love of that Mr.Tufts had. All that is different is his body and  heath, which is an improvements. Mr.Tuffs is dead, but he lives on in Mr.Tuffs Jr.

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