And so there was a lot of work, a lot of processing. And it seemed like at that time, it was just natural, to be the person that had arranged for the purchase and then the person that was responsible for treating them when they came in and then the curators would have to make sure they had quarters to put them in and they knew about feeding and the day to day care of them pretty well. Now you had learned about curators and veterinarians when you were in Columbus, as you were a veterinarian and associate director dealing with curators.