Pet owners in China are having a hard time letting their beloved pets go into the afterlife so they are deciding to clone them.
In the last several years the business of cloning deceased pets has skyrocketed in China.
The business hit the mainstream after SinoGene cloned a cat in 2019 for over $37,000 dollars.
So far SinoGene has cloned over 300 pets and has frozen over 1,000 pet cells for future cloning.
In recent years, cloning of deceased pets has become a booming business in #China—a market that is rapidly growing despite its high price tag, immature technology, and controversial ethics. https://t.co/E3kwFELSUn
— The Epoch Times – China Insider (@EpochTimesChina) July 25, 2022
Pet Cloning is Booming in China – https://t.co/aynucXn9CT