KLAYMAN: THE WAY THINGS ARE GOING SOON YOU MAY BE ABLE TO MARRY YOUR ALLIGATOR! THEN YOU CAN HAVE SURROGATE OR ADOPTED ALLIGATOR KIDS!
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By Cathy Free
August 30, 2022
"When he turns his nose toward you, that means he expects a kiss," said Henney, 69, who goes by Joie (pronounced "Joe") and lives in Jonestown, Pa., about two hours from Philadelphia. "He's super sweet-natured."
The two watch television together on the couch, and when Henney takes him to the farmers market, WallyGator gives hugs to shoppers — as long as they are okay with being that close to a 70-pound reptile with a mouth full of razor-sharp teeth.
"Wally is definitely not your average crocodilian," said Henney, explaining that most people in his community are familiar with his 7-year-old, 5½-foot emotional support alligator.
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