Angel Springs recently donated 120 bottles of water to volunteers at the Teckles Animal Shelter, who had organised a sponsored walk in order to raise money for treatment for cats and dogs that have been ill-treated. Teckles Animal Welfare Centre was established in 2003 after they merged with the Swindon Animal Sanctuary, to be able to provide care to animals through a wider network of shelters. They take in any cats or dogs that are looking for a home and with average vet bills totalling £4000, it’s events such as the ‘Walk for Daisy’ that provide an opportunity for the local community to get involved and show their support. Daisy is a tabby cat that was mistreated and found by the staff at the shelter. Her horrific injuries sparked a following of more than 3000 people on facebook. Slowly recovering from her ordeal the shelter organised a walk in the middle of Rodborough Common Park in Stroud, Gloucestershire for people who had been touched by Daisies story. The ‘Walk for Daisy’ was held on Saturday 28th May and the event was a huge success with the help of the supporters, the local media and Angel Springs the UK's leading water cooler service provider keeping everyone hydrated. Teckles managed to raise a total of just over £2000 for Daisy and are still receiving donations. If you would like to show your support please visit the Teckles Animal Sanctuary website www.teckles.org for more information.