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Q: Would you clone your pet?

January 28, 2009 | By Robyn | 35 answers | Expired: 2017 days ago

Robyn

I don't think I would clone my dogs even though I love them so much. I still would know they would not the same dogs. I have read where some people have done this. So would you clone your pets if money were no object?

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Meg S.
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Jan 28, 2009

No - the clone might look like the pet but will never be just like the pet in personality. Plus there si something just creepy about it.
I agree withthe others....leave mother nature alone

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Angie T.
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Jan 28, 2009

Nah, it's not a matter of ethical consideration either. I love my babies with all my heart, but when it's time for them to go I will grieve hard. Just as sure, I will give a home to another pet (or pets) after them and I'm sure I'd love the new guys just as much. I've yet to meet a pet that doesn't bring it's person complete joy.

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HomePro
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Jan 28, 2009

No, I don't think we should mess with nature. We've already done too much damage.

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Shawn D.
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Jan 28, 2009

I def wouldnt. I really dont think it is right to clone anything.

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Marnie B.
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Jan 28, 2009

Never...I could never replace any of my animals so why try. And a clone is still not the animal you lost no matter if it's got the same DNA. I would give my heart to another animal...but never replace the one still in my heart.

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