First kittens for cloned wildcats BBC - August 22, 2005
A conservation institute in the United States has produced wildcat kittens by cross-breeding cloned adults. The Audubon Center for Research of Endangered Species says this is the first time that clones of a wild species have bred. Eight kittens have been born in two litters over the last month, and all are apparently doing well. The researchers say this development holds enormous potential for preserving a range of endangered species.
Texas researchers clone cat -Copy Cat' BBC - February 2002
Researchers in Texas have cloned a domestic cat, producing a two-month-old kitten called CopyCat. The work is described in the scientific journal Nature and is the first time anyone has cloned a pet.
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