As an animal communicator, I get the chance to do many of the things that I dreamed of as a child. Animals, nature spirits, fairies; the ability to commune with these things captured my heart and my imagination from an early age. I’ve never met a fairy, and though I’ve communicated with nature spirits (who will tell you what to plant where so you don’t waste your money or your time) I’ve never seen one of those, either. But animals are yoked with humans, for better or worse, because we humans have dominion over the world that all living species inhabit. We owe it to them to do our best, even though it seems that many humans only care about themselves and their children, with no thought to anything or anyone beyond the reach of their limited imaginations. You can’t save the world by yourself. But you can do what you can, where you are, with what you have. If you see a turtle crossing a busy street, please pull over and move it to the other side. If you see a stray dog or cat, please help it find its way home. If each one of us can commit to doing what we can, where we are, with what we have, we can save the world, one happy ending at a time.