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  • Category: General Information > Breeding > Pet Overpopulation

    A website to educate the public about the dangers of pet cloning. Also includes resources for grassroots groups.
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    801 Old York Rd, #204
    Jenkintown , PA 19046
    Contact Person: Crystal Miller-Spiegel
    Phone: 215-887-0816
    Fax: 215-887-2088
    E-Mail: [email protected]

    Detailed Information:
    While on the surface it might seem that people seeking to clone a companion animal are among the greatest of animal lovers, an examination of the serious consequences to the animals involved reveals that they really would be doing more harm than good. Scientists routinely refer to cloning as a new and ‘inefficient’ technology, and animals who actually survive birth can suffer unpredictable, serious health consequences.

    Millions of cats and dogs are euthanized each year because they have no home. Animal cloning is a new field with high animal death rates and unpredictable animal health consequences. Shockingly, some private companies in the U.S. are now promising to clone companion animals. One company has even begun selling cloned cats. Get the facts here about this cruel industry.

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