It becomes a pet. And we’ve had keepers that have gotten their hands bitten, their hair torn out because, “Well, I was just patting, he likes to be patted,” but then he bit off your finger. It’s not a pet. You don’t go up and stick your head in the bars at the gorilla exhibit and expect that something is not gonna grab your hair. It’s not a pet. It’s hard to convince a lot of these keepers that they’re not dealing with a collection of wild animals and that they’re not pets. And when they have to be treated or they have to be put down for whatever reason, it’s not something that anybody wants to do, but it has to be done. And you give them reasonably enough time that they can consider the actions that are gonna have to be taken.