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Comments on Cloned Cats Have 9+n Lives
Genetic Savings and Clone can fix you up with a clone of your cat for just $50,000. Better hurry; work starts in May (Read the complete story)

"I wish we could do this with mammoths."
(stephen 5/8/2005 12:33:10 PM)
"Wow, All I can say is I once had a cat I would have gladly cloned if this had been available...and I could have afforded it. I wish people with the means all the Joy this could bring them."
(Abby 5/24/2005 11:36:18 PM)
"Now only $35,000 If only could make from one that has passed away..."
(Klattu 5/25/2005 11:11:00 PM)
"I'd not spend that much money to resurrect a pet... if you want a pet that bad, buy a new one... much cheaper."
( 6/25/2005 8:45:22 AM)
"i like it my nummer is 77721927 "
(joey 11/8/2005 1:26:44 PM)
"how long dose it take to clone a cat"
(lisa Wiggins  11/17/2005 1:50:27 PM)
"Its scary and a waste of resources to clone living creatures. Unless you use cells from a young animal or germ cells somehow the clone will already have a shortened lifespan becaus scientists have yet to be able to replace the telomeres. i Think that money and effort should be spent elsewhere with things that have a more effective use."
( 1/3/2006 10:13:34 AM)
"People should learn to accept death and loss."
(Jim 5/31/2006 11:02:30 AM)
"hmm, there are many pets that have to be put down because there are too many... so i would say this is kinda dumb... however, if you had a cat that was really good and you wanted it to have kittens to keep the breed going, but it was fixed, you could not. you could then clone the cat and not get it fixed, then have kittens and there ya go. "
( 9/14/2006 12:05:23 AM)
"People should NOT learn to accept death, loss, or aging. That's retarded! Where would we have gotten ourselves if we learned to accept living in caves?"
(John Allan Wilson 7/21/2008 4:01:20 PM)

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