DALLAS, Dec. 23 (UPI) -- The first commercially cloned housecat appears and behaves exactly as its late cell donor did, the Dallas Morning News reported Thursday. For $50,000, a Dallas-area woman identified only as Julie received her copy-cat kitten Dec. 10.
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