LIVERPOOL, England — After six long years of looking for a home, Britain’s loneliest dog Freya, has finally caught her lucky break. The Staffordshire Bull Terrier mix, who has been at the Freshfields Animal Rescue Centre since she was a puppy, has caught the attention of blockbuster director Michael Bay. The sweet shelter dog that has been overlooked by over 18,000 potential owners in her lifetime, has now been cast in the fifth instalment of Transformers.
Just last month, Freya appeared on ITV’s Good Morning Britain as a means to find a new home, when animal lover Michael bay took note of her. The Freshfield’s shelter now says, this lucky break may be just what Freya needs to find a permanent loving home. Shelter staff reveal, since appearing on Good Morning Britain and being cast in Bay’s new film, more people are paying attention to her. Over the years Freya has seen at least fifty kennel mates leave the shelter after being adopted, so it’s certainly now her turn.
The shelter hopes this new role will portray Freya in a new light and help people to see what a wonderful dog she is. After six long years, Freya is ready to shed the title of “Britain’s Loneliest Dog.” The Film is set to begin filming this summer in the U.K. If you or anyone you know is interested in offering Freya a home, check out her profile on the shelter website here. Watchjust how sweet she is in the video below.
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