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Instagram Star Clones Pets

Posted by on Thursday, February 10th, 2022 in

Who doesn’t want their loved ones to come back to life?

When pet owner and Austin resident Kelly Anderson’s cat Chai died four years ago due to eating a plastic wrapper under a pet sitter’s care, she was devastated. But she remembered a conversation she had with her roommate, who was a vet tech, just a few weeks before: rumor had it that grieving pet owners were finding solace in a Cedar Park company called ViaGen that could store pets’ DNA and create pet clones.

In grief from her pet’s untimely death, Anderson was immediately interested.

“If I hadn’t had that conversation, I wouldn’t be here talking to you,” Anderson told Austonia. “I wouldn’t have even thought to clone, but… it was fresh on my mind. So I called them up first thing in the morning, and the rest is history.”

 

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