‘The World’s Loneliest Dog’ Becomes A Movie Star Along With Sir Anthony Hopkins
The ‘world’s loneliest dog’ is getting a fairy-tale ending after six years in a shelter.
Freya has finally been adopted from Freshfields Animal Rescue Center in the U.K. according to a report from TMZ on Tuesday.
The Staffordshire bull terrier was taken in as a six-month-old stray and became famous in May after The Mirror published a report that the pooch had been rejected more than ‘18,000 times’ by potential owners.
After seeing the British news, Hollywood filmmaker Michael Bay, 51, promised to come to Freya’s rescue.
Freya who is ‘the world’s loneliest dog’ was chosen to star in a Hollywood blockbuster along with Sir Anthony Hopkins! Not only did this turn the doggie’s world upside down; it also introduced her to some A-listers and glamorous filming sets and helped her to find a loving forever home…
Freya the pooch spent the first 6 years of her life in a shelter and was rejected more than 18,720 times… so she got named ‘the world’s loneliest dog’
When film director Michael Bay read an article about the pooch, he decided to help by giving the pooch a role in Transformers 5!
Meanwhile, Transformers: The Last Knight is currently filming and slated to be released in June 2017.