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Would you like to have your deceased pet back? A company in China is working for those who answer "Yes" to this question.

The biotech company Sinogene is trying to keep up with the demands of customers who want their dead cats and dogs cloned. So far, the company has produced more than 500 clone pets.

Pet owners from around the world send a skin sample of their friends to the company's headquarters in Beijing. They order a clone.

Currently, more than 4,000 animal cells frozen in liquid nitrogen are kept in the company's warehouse.

The cells of the animal to be cloned are implanted into a suitable egg in the laboratory and then transferred to the animals that will be the carrier.

The newborn offspring are cared for in the clinic for three months before being delivered to their owners.

According to company officials, clone animals are 99.9 percent genetically similar to their deceased twins. The cost of pet cloning is 50 thousand dollars.