Freya was rejected by potential owners over 18,000 times! After starring in the new Transformers 5 movie, however, she has finally found a furrever home.
The world can seem like a dismal place when one focuses solely on the happenings promoted by mainstream media, such as the Syrian crisis and the U.S. presidential election. While both of these are a bit numbing to pay attention to, there are, fortunately, positive deeds taking place at the same time.
One heartening story concerns an epileptic dog named Freya who, for years, was considered to be ‘the world’s loneliest dog’. Despite being adorable, Freya has spent the first six years of her life in Freshfields Animal Rescue Center in Britain. According to the shelter’s staff, the Staffordshire bull terrier pooch was rejected by potential owners more than 18,720 times.
To turn the dog’s poor luck around, director Michael Bay decided to have the dog star alongside A-list actors, including Anthony Hopkins. Reportedly, he read an article about her difficulty finding a loving home and decided that the best way to find her a family was to give her incredible exposure in the new Transformers 5 movie. Bay tweeted:
“We gave the Loneliest Dog a role in Transformers.”
Bay promised to find Freya a home and succeeded in keeping his promise, relays The Dodo. She now lives with humans who love her and will hopefully never have to live in a shelter again. Watch the video below to learn more!
Freya had been rejected by potential owners more than 18,000 times!
She spent the first six years of her life in an animal shelter…
Fortunately, Michael Bay gave her a role in the new Transformers 5 movie.
She starred alongside A-list actor Anthony Hopkins!
But best of all, found a loving, furrever home in the process.
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