A Dog Owner Has Successfully Cloned Her Dog Three Times and Plans to Keep Doing It So He'll Live Forever
One of the hardest parts of getting a dog is thinking about how you're going to cope when it dies. But if you've got enough money . . . and you're more than a little CRAZY . . . you could avoid that situation by doing THIS.
There's a 55-year-old woman named Amy Vangemert in Seattle, and she has a 13-year-old toy poodle named Buhner. She said she couldn't cope with the idea of him dying so . . . she had him CLONED.
And it worked. She paid a company $50,000 to clone him and got three copies back, which she's named Buhner Junior, Baxter, and Ditto.
And she says she plans on continuing to keep making clones of him, so he can live forever.
Well . . . I mean . . . sort of.
If you want to play God, she used a company calledViaGen Petsin Texas. They'll clone a dog for $50,000 and a cat for $25,000 . . . and they were in thenewslast year whenBarbra Streisandrevealed she used them to clone her dog.