Bonnie Norton has always loved animals and they continue to be the focus of her life. For sixteen years she trained horses and taught people how to ride. Her goal was to teach people to love and respect horses and to become true horsemen. Bonnie first heard of animal communication in 1996 and began to study and develop her natural gifts with several of the most respected Communicators in the field. As an Animal Communicator, Bonnie would like to make a difference in two ways. First, by assisting animals and their human friends to develop the understanding needed to resolve problems. Her second goal is to increase human awareness that telepathic communication with animals is possible.
She is currently marketing a screenplay about her work with Keiko, the orca whale who starred in the movie, Free Willy. She has also written a book, Keiko Speaks: Keiko's True Story Based on His Communications with Bonnie Norton. She hopes that her work helps to create reverence for all animals.
Animal communicator Bonnie Norton discussed her methodology and her series of conversations that she held with Keiko the whale. The ability to communicate with animals is telepathic, she said, and is usually achieved by sending mental images back and forth. Norton mentioned that she often hears a single word or two at a time coming from an animal.