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China is a crazy place and we are probably both still banned there, but that is a very cute puppy.

Comedy Plus

Awww, so cute. I linked this post to Awww Mondays. I didn't know about Juice until today.

Have a fabulous day and week, Jan. ♥

Melissa Clinton

I just don't know how I feel about cloning our pets. I adore my boys but it'd be weird to have an exact replica of them.

Foley Monster, Pocket and River Song

We kept having different Lassies for years. Dogs do tend to look like one another

Linda Brown

What a cute little pup. I wonder if they have their very own personalities or even that is exact.

Monika, Sam & Elsa

I have mixed feelings about this whole cloning thing but understand wanting to keep cute pups around forever.

The Hipster Kitties

Charlee: "Wow, that's one expensive dog."
Chaplin: "Dennis should have gotten into the dog-cloning racket. Maybe that's one get-rich quick scheme that would have worked."
Charlee: "I think he would have spent more on equipment than he would have made on clones."
Chaplin: "Well, sure, the first one. But after that he could just keep cranking them out, right?"

Jodi Stone

Rescues are cheaper....LOL

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