How do you get a FREE trip on an upcoming trip to a zoo?
The answer is simple, the zoo has the right to refuse your request, the Israel Family Farm, the family farm where the boy was taken, told the Times of Israel.
A spokeswoman for the Israel Zoo told the newspaper that it is “unclear” if the family would have to pay.
The family told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency that the boy is a stray and was taken into their care last year.
In a statement to the Times, the farm said, “The Israeli Animal Welfare Authority did not receive the paperwork necessary for the family to transport the boy to the Zoological Society of London.
However, the animal was taken to the Israel Wildlife Institute where it is currently in the care of a veterinarian.”
The family’s spokesman, Uri Golan, told The Times that “this is not the first time a stray boy has been taken to a facility.
In the past, we’ve taken children, even toddlers, from zoos.”
The boy, whose name has not been released, was being cared for at the family’s farm near the town of Mraz, near the border with Lebanon.
In 2014, Israeli media reported that the family, who have seven other children, took the boy, along with his mother, to a veterinary hospital in the town for an evaluation.
In 2016, a mother in Israel took her son to a hospital after he contracted gastroenteritis.
The boy is currently hospitalized in the intensive care unit.
He is being treated for an infection and has not regained consciousness, Golan told the paper.
“We’re waiting for a doctor to open his mouth and see if he’s able to talk.
If it’s not possible, we’ll go ahead with the trip,” Golan said.
“It’s not a bad trip, but there’s a lot of risk.”