But at the end, it’s not their decision. Really, it isn’t. I mean, especially if after you’ve talked to them and put them on the same page you are. And then after all that, they still say, “Well, she can still live another five years or something if you treat her correctly,” it’s not gonna happen. You can’t look at it that way. You’re not looking at it from the standpoint of the animal. He can’t talk to you or she can’t talk to you to tell you that she’s really in agony, it can’t walk right, which can’t see because you’re looking at it from a totally different aspect of your job with this animal that you’re responsible for. And I think that’s something that’s getting worse and worse as we get these younger staff in here, and they’re there because they love animals.