Okay, so it's not about a dog, but I don't feel like creating a whole new cat-egory
I interrupt your regular holiday programming to bring you the following:
By now you've all probably heard about this silly woman in Texas who shelled out $50,000 to have her dearly departed cat cloned.
Yes, indeed: when Nick Senior's nine lives expired after 17 years, his heart-broken human mama simply couldn't let go. So instead of donating the $50,000 to an animal shelter in Nick's name, or adopting another cat in need of a good home, she approached the Genetics Savings and Clone company (please have a moment of silence for that brilliant play on words) with some of Nick's DNA to manufacture another cat in Nick's image.
I may be cute, but I sure did cost an arm and a leg.
Just in time for Christmas, St. Nick delivered the very expensive kitten to the woman two weeks ago. She was ecstatic, saying the cat is identical to Nick in looks and personality.
In a blinding display of originality, she decided to name the kitten... what else? Nick Jr.
Personally, I would've called him... what else? Copy Cat.
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