Seeing double? Pet cloning is no longer science fiction.

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  1. Kathryn says:

    After my cat died of cancer July 21, 2010, I have been grieving, to this day. I even thought, "I wish I could have him cloned," and I knew that could be done, however, too expensive. The way I feel about cloning pets is that I would think more research should be done, i.e., are cloned pets healthy, and all the other questions, including length of life, immunity, side effects. I still have my cat's ashes, and some whiskers and some locks of fur. I think I wouldn't want to clone my cat unless I knew he would turn out very healthy and would live long and be the same as he was before. On the other hand, maybe it might be better to leave things as they are, even though I wish he were here with me today. It will be one year next month, July 21, 2011, the anniversary of Midnight Merlin's death. I do feel him in spirit, especially yesterday it seemed like he was here with me and my other two cats. I think he is in the breeze outside, in the wind and with God and perhaps my deceased relatives are taking care of him in the afterlife. I never liked a pet as much as Merlin. He was an amazing cat.

    • admin says:

      Kathryn,

      What a sweet post. Thank you for sharing it with us! While you are saddened by Merlin's passing, our wish is that his memories keep you smiling – and bring you comfort – for many years to come!

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