Alexis Fleming is an animal rights campaigner who runs The Maggie Fleming Animal Hospice in Scotland, as well as the Karass Sanctuary where she cares for neglected and terminally ill farm animals, many of which have been saved from the slaughterhouse.
Her debut book No Life Too Small is the joyful and inspiring story of the world's first animal hospice, celebrating the power and beauty of nature, the strength of the human and animal spirit, and the importance of love, friendship and community.
Alexis’s story has been covered by ITV, the BBC and has featured in The Sun and the Guardian, amongst others. A short documentary called Crannog about the hospice premiered at the Edinburgh International Film Festival and has been shown around the world. Last year Alexis was featured in BBC Three’s Amazing Humans series and a clip of her went viral.