I came home in middle of supper, six o’clock or so he called and he said, “She’s down, she won’t get up.” Said, oh god, we gotta do a cesarean section now. So everybody had gone home. We had the night keeper and we had a friend of ours, a Mexican fellow who had just gotten his veterinary license. It was a neighbor of ours. So I got him, I got the guy that worked up at the gas station a night keeper called in one of his buddies. So there were five of us there, and we went over to the exhibit and there was no light in the exhibit. So we rigged up a cube beam light on the fence, hooked it up to the battery in the car. And I went, gave her a dose of rompine anesthetizer.