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Emotional support alligator visits senior home

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Joie Henney’s emotional support animal is a head turner. Meet Wally the alligator.

Wally is around 3 years old, about 4 ½ feet long, with a mouth full of razor-sharp teeth and large eyes. He likes to hang out on the couch and rumple a perfectly made bed, Henney told the York Daily Record recently.

Henney said Wally is like a dog who wants to be loved and petted. And, in fact that’s what the former host of “Joie Henney’s Outdoors,” a hunting and fishing show on ESPN from 1989 until 2000, told residents at the Glatfelter Community Center in York County during a visit there with Wally.



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Clue for Joie Henney:

A: Alligators don't want to be loved...they want to be fed.

B:  Alligators are not dogs....they eat dogs.

C:  If your Alligator bites or injures in some way another person...you are legally and criminally liable.

D: You are a dumbass.

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Gary Meadows

The only emotional support anyone needs is good ol' fashioned booze.


Works every time.


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The alligator is as senile as the people petting him

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Jon the frog

It will go well until some instinct trigger will make him tore an arm or two.

I would love a pound with some alligator so the neighbors cats just disappear without a trace. But right now the pound would be under 2m of snow and froze 2 feet deep...

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