Pet Alligator Wally Is Emotional Support Animal

Joie Henney, 65, of Strinestown, Pennsylvania, lives with two alligators, one of which is a four-and-a-half-foot-long, registered emotional support animal called Wally.  

Daily Mail Reports a story for a Pennsylvania man who
registered his pet alligator Wally as an emotional support animal in December 2018 after noticing his calming effect on people.


Pet Alligator Wally Is Emotional Support Animal

Wally was about 14 months old and just one and a half feet long at the time, and now measure four and a half feet and is three years old 

Wally and another alligator have the run of Henney’s home, in which he’s built a 300-gallon tank in his living room. Henney said Wally has never tried to bite him or anyone else and, like a dog, likes to have the top of his head petted.

Pet Alligator Wally Is Emotional Support Animal

Henney — who had his own hunting and fishing TV show, Joie Henney’s Outdoors, for more than 10 years — became Wally’s owner in September 2015, after a gator-rescuing friend from Florida asked if he wanted a gator.   

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