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Eye on America (Cloned Cat) #720646

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 29, 2003
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(College Station, Texas: Bob McNamara) Problems with the commercial cloning of pets, as evidenced by differences in Cc††, the first cloned cat, from the original cat, featured; scenes shown of Cc; photos shown of Rainbow, the donor cat. [Texas A&M University Dr. Duane KRAEMER†- says cloning is inefficient.] [Genetic Savings & Clone, Inc. CEO Lou HAWTHORNE†- says Cc is the worst thing that could have happened to our business; says calico cats are an oddity; predicts attempts to clone Missy the dog will succeed.] [Texas A&M University Mark WESTHUSIN†- says attempts to clone a Himalayan cat failed.]

Rather, Dan;
McNamara, Bob

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