Cat cloning company shuts down

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Genetic Savings and Clone, a biotech company located just north of SF, in Sausalito, that clones cats, said it will close down by the end of the year.

Cloning cats is too expensive, and didn’t draw enough customers, it said. Billionaire and University of Phoenix founder John Sperling launched the company six years ago, hoping to one day have his hunting dog, Missy, cloned. The company never figured out how to clone dogs. Full story here.


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