Rami Al Sarhani, 37, an employee of a money transfer company, sits with his son next to his wolf "Adeem" in the traditional guest house at his farm in Al-Jouf, Saudi Arabia January 18, 2020. For the Sarhani family, petting a wolf is not just a scene in make believe films; it is part of their daily life as they live side by side with the wild animals. REUTERS/Mohammed Al Sultan

Rami Al Sarhani, 37, an employee of a money transfer company, sits with his sons and his wolf "Adeem" in the traditional guest house at his farm in Al-Jouf, Saudi Arabia January 18, 2020. Wolves have lived with the Sarhani family for the past 11 years, developing over time a strong relationship with its members. REUTERS/Mohammed Al Sultan NO RESALES. NO ARCHIVES

Rami Al Sarhani, 37, an employee of a money transfer company, plays with his wolf "Adeem" in the traditional guest house at his farm in Al-Jouf, Saudi Arabia January 17, 2020. The children, 4 and 7, were equally comfortable with the wolves whom they share a home with in Al Jouf, north of Saudi Arabia. REUTERS/Mohammed Al Sultan

Rami Al Sarhani, 37, an employee of a money transfer company, holds his wolf "Adeem" in the traditional guest house at his farm in Al-Jouf, Saudi Arabia January 18, 2020. REUTERS/Mohammed Al Sultan

Rami Al Sarhani, 37, an employee of a money transfer company, poses for a photo with his son next to his wolf "Adeem" in the traditional guest house at his farm in Al-Jouf, Saudi Arabia January 17, 2020. REUTERS/Mohammed Al Sultan