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Would you freeze-dry your best friend?

There's a company in Pennsylvania that lets you freeze-dry your best friends after they pass on, and Kathie Lee and Hoda debated the merits of turning loved ones into furniture. Thankfully, the service is only for pets.Hoda admitted to being seriously "creeped out" by some brochure photos of dogs who had basically gone through the same process as astronaut ice cream. Kathie Lee admitted to keeping

There's a company in Pennsylvania that lets you freeze-dry your best friends after they pass on, and Kathie Lee and Hoda debated the merits of turning loved ones into furniture. Thankfully, the service is only for pets.

Hoda admitted to being seriously "creeped out" by some brochure photos of dogs who had basically gone through the same process as astronaut ice cream. Kathie Lee admitted to keeping the cremated remains of her dogs in her library.

"That's different than on the couch," Hoda replied.

Would you freeze-dry your animal buddies? Let us know in the comments and in our QOD.

 

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Julieanne Smolinski is a TODAY.com contributor. She wouldn't, because she loves animals but hates dusting.