And they looked through all the animal records and they said, “Oh my gosh, it’s had this in the past. It’s had you know, nasal discharge, you know, several times,” and what I had treated it with, and so on. Well they saw that and they said, “Oh, this is a chronic respiratory problem. We refuse payment to Fred Zeehandelaar.” And Fred Zeehandelaar of course, had already paid the St. Louis Zoo for it. Well, he was not too happy, and he was really upset. And he called the director, says, “Your veterinarian has no right to send any animal records along. He’s supposed to sign the health certificate and that’s it.” You know, and Fred was really rough on him. And Bill Hoff came to me and said, “Well, you just can’t send animal records anymore.