‘Britain’s loneliest dog’ Freya is making friends in the new Transformers movie!

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'Britain's Loneliest Dog'

Freya who resided at a Merseyside animal shelter for six years could soon become a Hollywood A-lister after being spotted by the director of one of the hottest franchises of today

Freya, a rescue dog from Freshfields Animal Rescue Centre, was named “Britain’s loneliest dog” after spending mosther life living in kennels.

But her fortunes are now looking up after she was spotted by animal loving Hollywood movie director Michael Bay, who has cast her in the fifth instalment of the blockbuster Transformers series.

Freyas life will be ‘transformed’ in the UK this summer.

A spokesman for Freshfields Animal Rescue Centre said: “We have had a fantastic response to our appeal for a new home for Freya, with lots of interest shown from around the world as well as closer to home in the UK.

“We look forward to showing the world what a wonderful and special dog Freya is. Watch this space for further details!”


'britain's loneliest dog'


Freya, a Staffordshire bull terrier cross, has been desperately searching for new owners ever since she was taken to Freshfields Animal Rescue Centre in Ince Blundell six years ago.

Recently Freya was brought on Good Morning Britain in a determined bid to find her a permanent home.

So far, Freya has been overlooked by 18,000 potential new owners, but staff at Freshfields hope that this latest development will help her find the home she has been waiting for.

Since coming to the shelter as a stray puppy, Freya has been dubbed Britain’s loneliest dog, watching more than 50 of her kennel mates be re-homed during her stay.

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