Tuesday, March 2, 2021

It's Tuesday

 Move over Jurassic Park.

This is a fascinating article. Also mentioned is cloning pets, if you have the funds. Which raises another interesting question. If I had a spare 35K sitting around, I'd love to have beloved pets back. The question in my mind, is it the thing to do when there are so many homeless pets, no matter how badly we want them back?

Scientist Clone the First U.S. Endangered Species.

 


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Calendar Wisdom.


 



 

If you could reclone your pet, would you? Got calendar wisdom?

38 comments:

  1. A very, very happy birthday to Faux.
    And no, much as I would like it, I wouldn't clone my much loved furry friends. Or anyone else.

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    1. I understand.
      Hope your day is glorious and your body is being kind to you.
      Hugs,

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  2. I love cats so much, can't even describe it! 🖤🤍🖤🤍

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  3. Happy Birthday to Faux, wonderful kitty pictures. Seeing Jurassic Park where I live on the South Coast here in the UK it is known as the Juraasic Coast as many fossils are found here.
    Take care Joanne and have a great Tuesday.
    Yvonne.

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    1. Thanks for Faux's Bday wishes.
      Finding fossils on the coast sounds like all kinds of fun.
      You take care too, Yvonne.

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  4. Yes! I would reclone my cat Dog. I've never had a cat like him, and never will again.

    Happy birthday to Faux. LOVE the coffee wisdom, my drug of choice.

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    1. There are some pets that just burrow into our hearts and stay there. Sounds like Dog was one of them.

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  5. Even though I still love dearly and think about the cats I've had in my life....probably no...having to go through the heartache of losing them all over again would be too much to bear.....just a thought...one way of looking at it.

    And I adore my two furry mates who are both 18 years old...we are the Three Musketeers! :)

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    1. That is certainly something to think about.
      Two eighteen year olds...you're a good kitty mom.

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  6. What made those pets special were their individual personalities and I doubt they can clone that.

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  7. I am not a friend of clones, so many animals need our love and care. Calendar wisdom? Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, today is a present. Hugs, Valerie

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    1. Agreed on so many animals needing care and love.
      Fun calendar history:)
      Hugs received and returned.

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  8. Happy birthday to your cat. I wish I knew when my cat's birthday is :)

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    1. When we get rescues and don't know how old they are, the vet looks at their teeth and makes an arbitrary bday.

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  9. It is an eerie thought cloning a pet almost like bringing it back to life. No thanks.

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    1. I'm not sure I'd do it,but I find it fascinating.

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  10. Happy birthday, Faux! Would I want to clone my pets to have them back, yes. But then there are so many waiting for a home.in shelters, so I would want to offer those in need a home first.

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    1. I pretty much feel the same way, Denise:)
      xoxoxo

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  11. No creo que clonara a mi mascota. Hay tantos animales que necesitan un hogar. Te mando un beso

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    1. Agreed, though it would be tempting:)
      I'll sned you a hug:)

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  12. I’m not sure, I loved all my pets,, I would need to think more on this,, happy birthday to your beautiful feline friend!

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    1. I like that you are taking the time to think it.
      Thanks for Faux's well wishes and for stopping by.

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  13. But the clone would only look like your beloved pet. It wouldn’t act the same.

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    1. No it wouldn't be the same, but I can't help wondering if some of the characteristics would come through.

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  14. I truly loved all my pets. I don't think I would clone them. Awww, happy 19th Faux!! Love your calendar! Big Hugs!

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    1. I hear ya on that.
      Thanks, Stacy.
      Big hugs received and returned.

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  15. I am glad if they can clone animals at severe risk of extinction because this will mean they will have a fighting chance. Now if we could just take the poachers and others who want to hunt big game and place them on an island somewhere and they will be hunted. I would be tempted to have my Katie back or my childhood dog, Fox but that’s when we play with fire. They had their life and were greatly loved so now I need to help another doggie or pussy cat by giving them a home.

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  16. Oh, if I could have another Gypsy, I just might....

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  17. Happy Birthday to Faux :)

    All the best Jan

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  18. They've cloned a lot of animals. An endangered species--hmm....

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    1. As long as they don't go all dinosaur on us:)

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  19. Hmm, I like the idea of cloning endangered species. We should try to reverse what we've done to them if we can. I wouldn't bother to clone any of my pets. Even though they would look identical, it wouldn't really be them. And you make a good point about so many pets in shelters needing homes.

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    1. I like the idea of cloning endangered species too, as long as they don't go dinosaurs on us:)

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