​​​​​​​A Special Guest at Tel Aviv Airport - a Mule Natbag Entered Terminal 1 tonight. Ministry of Agriculture Inspectors were On the Scene to Evacuate him

The mule, who was not bearing a chip and was devoid of any identifying detail, will be transferred to a protected Ministry of Agriculture facility for treatment, following which he will be put up for adoption

The Israel Airports Authority night shift workers met a special guest tonight at the airport: a mule, 4 or 5 years old, had entered Terminal 1. The workers lead him to an area free of passenger traffic, gave him water and food and dispatched the Ministry of Agriculture inspectors to the scene to help.

The Ministry of Agriculture inspectors arrived on the scene and examined the mule. They found him to be in excellent health, free of any injuries or signs of abuse. At the same time he was not tagged with a chip and had no identifying markings, therefore it was not possible to reach his owners and find out how he managed to get into the airport. The Ministry of Agriculture inspectors transferred him to a protected facility, where following a thorough check-up at the facility and after receiving treatment, the mule will be put up for adoption. 




 

 

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