I think as Americans have more time for leisure and to be more critical in the fact that they’re getting away from the agricultural background than they don’t have nearly the practical utilitarian approach to animals that most Americans did 50 years ago, that they’re going to become more and more critical of holding any animal in captivity. And I’m surprised it hadn’t spilled over to dogs and cats, In many instances. I think we’re just the tip of the iceberg. And like we’ve been worn for years and years. First, they’re gonna come after the killer whales and pandas, then the elephants, then the gorillas. And then it’s just gonna go on down the chain until they’re objecting to anything being kept in captivity. And that gets down into discussions that are beyond my pay grade as far as the ethics of animal rights. I’ve participated in a few conferences before where we discussed the pros and cons of animal rights.