Despite living with a condition called Ehlers-Danlos iii-Hypermobile Type, Michaela Walker, 48 from Rhyl in North Wales, has been able to continue caring for her six rescue dogs and supporting various animal charities thanks to a 'Harley Davidson' style TGA Supersport mobility scooter.

Michaela and her 14-year-old son both have motor co-ordination and walking difficulties due to a heredity condition, however they still live life to the full and continue to care for dogs and injured wild birds. Originally born in London and a trained veterinary nurse, Michaela has lived in North Wales since 2000 and thoroughly enjoys the outdoor rural lifestyle thanks to her Supersport mobility scooter. Without this three-wheel, rugged mobility scooter, Michaela would not be able to regularly walk her six rescue dogs or engage in other worthwhile causes. She also has Arthritis in her neck, spine and wrists so owning a scooter that is easy to control, stable and supportive was absolutely essential. Her Supersport model is renowned for resembling a 'Harley Davidson' motorbike more that a traditional mobility vehicle through its eye-catching black and chrome styling. This 8mph scooter with off-road capabilities, has allowed a passionate and motivated Michaela to continue achieving so much in her life.

Over and above assisting her son, Michaela's activities include support of the Lurcher Link dog fostering service; Royal British Legion, Hypermobility Syndromes Association and "FindingFureverHomes" fundraising, and being a pro-active school governor. Michaela also supports Merlin Rescue and the Dogs Trust.

Michaela said: "My son and I live with many challenges everyday as our condition means we have Dyspraxia, Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome, IBS, migraines read more.....