There's a Guy in Pennsylvania with an Emotional Support …Alligator
Is there any animal that CAN'T be an emotional support animal?
There's a guy named Joie Henney in York, Pennsylvania. He used to host a hunting and fishing show on ESPN called "Joie Henney's Outdoors".
And now . . . he has an emotional support ALLIGATOR.
The gator's name is Wally, he's four-and-a-half feet long, and apparently he's so domesticated that he acts just like a dog. He likes lying on the bed, hanging out with Joie, and following him around the house.
And Wally doesn't just give Joie emotional support . . . Joie takes him to senior centers in the area to spend time supporting the people there too.
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(Here's a picture of Joie and Wally.)
(And speaking of emotional support animals, a guy in Florida was busted for stealing two dogs on Tuesday . . . and he claimed he needed them for, quote, "therapy reasons.")