Fans Can't Look At Barbra Streisand's Dogs The Same After Star Goes Public About Their Past


What would you do if you were a millionaire? Would you travel around the world?

Stuff your face with the fanciest foods that money could buy? Shop until you drop?

What about clone your pet? Yes, you read that right and no, this isn’t an infomercial.

Barbra Streisand, the famous singer countless know and love, just made headlines yet again — but it has nothing to do with music.

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Streisand just publicly admitted that both of her dogs are clones of her recently deceased 14-year-old Coton du Tulear, Samantha.

Now that fans of Streisand know her secret, looking into the eyes of the star’s fluffy dogs will never be the same.

While some have chosen to marvel at the developments this generation has made in the science field, most remain slightly creeped out.

One commenter wrote a simple “Gross” in response.

Another wrote that Barbara might need to reconsider her idea of the word cute.

“Her money… not my problem. I would do the same if I had the cash…” – Henry M Postigo

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Perhaps you happen to be one of the few who get a twinkle in your eye at the thought of having a spare to break out after Sparky goes to that big dog park in the sky.

If so, you, too, can have your very own dog cloned for $50,000.

Now, onto the big burning question — would a clone of my dog really act like my dog?

Well, according to ViaGen, a team of animal genetic preservation specialists has the answer.

“The cloned twin will share many of the key attributes of your current dog, often including intelligence, temperament and appearance.” There you have it, folks.

Whether or not you can get behind the idea of cloning your pet or care that Barbra Streisand has decided to become the celebrity pioneer of the pet-cloning bandwagon, one thing is clear – the future is now.

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