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Inside Edition 27 Jun 2019

This Alligator Just Wants to Cuddle You


Imagine encountering this wild beast out for a stroll. Joie Henney of York, Pennsylvania, takes his pet alligator, Wally, everywhere with him. The 5-foot-long gator with 83 razor-sharp teeth is his emotional support animal. Henney says Wally's cuddles have helped him through depression. He's so gentle that Henney actually takes him to a day care center. Back home, the 35-pound gator has free rein of the house, where he loves watching TV and even has his own pool.

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