What is the reason for the demand for pet cloning despite the high cost?

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John Mendola cloned his ex-dog to produce these two genetically identical copies

When John Mendola’s pet dog was diagnosed with terminal cancer, he decided to clone another.

Mendola, a retired police officer in New York, was working at a station on Long Island in 2006 when a fucking stray puppy was brought to the station.

“The dog’s fur was matte and could not even be washed, and its teeth were in very bad condition, however, she was very polite and grateful,” he says.

After being released that day, Mendola told his colleagues that he did not need to take the dog covered in white fur and coffee to the animal shelter because he would take it home with him.

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