Perhaps it’s less odd if you imagine giving such a “clone” of a beloved pet to a family member who’s joining the military or heading off to college. Or maybe to a niece who can’t have her own dog. But according to Cuddle Clones, many customers order replicas of their deceased pets — or of their living pets for when that time inevitably comes.
Cuddle Clones charges $199 for large animals — including dogs, cats and horses — and $129 for smaller pets like rabbits, birds and guinea pigs. The usual processing time is a eight (yes, eight) months, although rush orders can be delivered in six or even four weeks for an extra $50 or $100, respectively.
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