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I feel the same as you do about cloning. If a dog lives such a horrible life in the name of science then I'm not on board.

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Linda Brown

I am of the same mind as you about cloning. I saw a segment on Expedition Unknown where a lab is cloning all types of animals and wants to find living dna to clone a Mammoth Elephant...I was rather horrified...for the animals and for the thought of an elephant so large it is larger a mountain...and what would the poor thing eat? There IS a reason it disappeared.

Foley Monster, Pocket and River Song

Too many dogs in shelters to be cloning and a copy is never as good as the original. Jimmy Kimmel said the doctors first had to find two dogs who looked exactly like her dog then convince her they were clones

Granny Annie

I have never thought about this until now...don't think I will again. What is wrong with one of a kind?


Streisand has more money than brains.

Monika & Sam

I'm with you on this topic. Seems decidedly wrong.

The Daily Pip

I agree, I just don't understand cloning. Plus, the more I learn about the process the more disgusted I become.

Jodi Stone

I'm with you on the cloning issue. We need to stop this nonsense.

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