From the day they were born, twin sisters Janette Ackermann and Jackie Carl had a special connection to animals, as they did to each other. They wanted to help animals. In college they went their separate ways, anxious to find out who they were apart fromeach other. Different aptitudes led to different degrees, but every job lead them back to their calling--animals. Janette became a wildlife veterinarian, Jackie a writer. Together they started the American Wildlife Foundation, a place where people come to help animals, and in doing so, they usually end up helping each other and themselves.