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Brave mew world: The world’s first cloned kitten gets its 10th life

It's not cheap, but the market for the procedure is set to rocket, says the CEO of a Chinese pet-cloning company

AFP

Seven months after Huang Yu’s pet cat Garlic died, the British shorthair was given a 10th life.

Born on July 21, the new Garlic was created by Chinese firm Sinogene, becoming the Beijing-based company’s first successfully copied cat.

The pet-cloning outfit has made more than 40 pet dogs – a procedure that costs a hefty $53,000 (R786,400), while the price for a cat comes in at $35,000...

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