Dolly, the world's first cloned animal, in 1997 aged seven months. Photo: AP
A Brisbane lady is spending more than $100,000 to have her precious pooch cloned.
Nine-year-old Scampy is a "bitsa" but is much-loved by her owner Francesca Webster who is in the process of having her pet cloned. Scampy will be only the second Australian dog to be cloned and her owner says she's worth every cent.
"I absolutely just love her; it's not just loving her, I love her breed I love her physical attributes. I love running, she can run 20kilometres," Ms Webster told 6PR Breakfast.
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