As this technology is in the process of grabbing the full attention of people around the world and is yet to reach your doorstep, many people wonder how it operates and how a cat can be cloned. People may ask: can it also transmit the same attributes possessed by the original cat, including temperament, appearance, and calibre? Our answer is: Yes, it can!
Sinogene has all the answers to your queries. A cat cloning is a process of producing an identical twin of your cat. After collecting a DNA or Oocytes eggs of your original cat, it is then infused in the cloned embryo. After receiving a biopsy sample, we culture millions of cells that are cryopreserved. Our Gene Preservation (GP) stores a somatic cell, which can be used at any point.
If you feel like you cannot live without your cat and want to live with it longer then follow these steps,
If accessible, use gene preservation (GP) to save the genes of your cat. Your veterinary may collect a tissue sample of your cat through a biopsy procedure.
Through these tissue samples, new cells are cultured, sharing the same genetic identity.
However, if your cat passes before the collection DNA sample you may:
Wrap your cat in a moist towel and refrigerate it at 2 to 8 ºC.
If you have no means to refrigerate the body, take up one ear of your cat and wrap it in sterilized cloth to refrigerate it.
If you can’t refrigerate it then place ice cubes on the body of your cat repeatedly.
Contact Sinogene as soon as possible.
We are devoted to the cause of animal health and its preservation
Once you have made up your mind to go forward with the Sinogene provided services, then you will not be disappointed. We provide 100% guaranteed satisfactory services. When the sample collection starts for the cloning process, we will keep you in touch with your pets. It is time of excitement for us each and every day when a cloned cat is delivered to their owners and when we see smiles in their lives.
Yes, actually animal somatic cell cloning technology has been 20 years since its success. Over the past 20 years, it has been shown that many cloned species have the same lifespan as natural ones.
First of all, DO NOT FREEZE the body. Stay calm and follow the next steps:
1. Wrap the body in a wet towel and keep it refrigerated.
2. Contact us as soon as possible to learn how to collect biopsy samples.
3. Send the biopsy samples to Sinogene.
Live somatic cells are used in the cloning process and it doesn't have much to do with the age of the donor pet.
However, we recommend that Cell Preservation should be done as early as possible. Since cell viability weakens along with pet age, which will decrease the success rate of pet cloning, it would be relatively easier to collect somatic cells from younger pets.