A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
THIKA Hilliard
Our Border Collie and Friend.
Dec 1995 - Sept 2010

Our Border Collie and Friend. grove

A true and loyal friend. She was always happy to see you and she helped me through some difficult times. She did more for us than we ever did for her.

O If people could have some of the qualities that she displayed, what a better world it would be. No jelousy nor malice, just Love.

She always loved to go for walks and days out in the country, especially the beaches and the highlands of beautiful Scotland. Even more so if her uncle Don was there. Thank you for being our friend.

We will miss you so very much Thika. God bless and night night.

Dave, Sandra & Joseph.


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A Border Collie is a wonderful friend, probably the best friend a man can have. We miss you pup. Dave, Sandra & Joseph Hilliard

Donated by David Hilliard

31st January 2013

We still miss you and think of you everyday, you were a wonderful friend and companion. Night night Thika pup, sleep well. Dave, Sandra & Joseph.

Donated by Dave Hilliard

20th February 2012

I have never known a more intelligent, loyal, loving dog as Thika. She will be missed by everyone who knew her but she lives on in our memories. From Miriam, Poppy and Alfie

Donated by Miriam Finlay

29th December 2010

For Thika our friend. you put up with me always, never complained when I pinched your bed,toys, or treats or your Dad. You took me away on holiday with you, even when you were so poorly. You stayed with us and you were part of our family too, loved you lots. Sadie, Lady and Mum.

Donated by Mrs. Sheila Lowrey

28th December 2010

To Thika, a very loyal canine companion who had a wonderful home. We hope we will be as fortunate when we get our new homes. Love from all the dogs at Wood Green Animal Shelters

Donated by Sue Guilbert

23rd December 2010

Donated by Dave Hilliard

15th December 2010

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Your grove of trees

The trees in this grove will be carefully planted in protected sites in the Scottish Highlands where they will create homes for wildlife and forests for the future.

Scots pine against a summer blue sky.
Twinflowers in bloom on pine woodland floor.
A Scotch argus butterfly on common ragwort.
Our Border Collie and Friend's grove
Trees in this grove:
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