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‘The World’s Loneliest Dog’ Becomes A Movie Star Along With Sir Anthony Hopkins

 The canine spent 6 first years of her life in a shelter and got rejected more than 18,720 times… earning herself the name “world’s loneliest dog”.

After spending 6 years during a shelter, the “world’s loneliest dog” finally is getting the happy ending. According to a report from TMZ on Tuesday, Freya has finally been adopted from Freshfields Animal Rescue Center in the U.K.


The Staffordshire bull terrier was six months old when he was rescued from the streets and have become famous in May after a report that the pooch had been rejected quite ‘18,000 times’ by potential owners was published by the Mirror. Hollywood filmmaker Michael Bay, 51, promised to return to Freya’s rescue after he saw the sad news on British media. Freya who is labelled as ‘the world’s loneliest dog’ got chosen to star during a Hollywood blockbuster alongside Sir Anthony Hopkins!



This made a wrong change in the canine world, and also allowed her to get to know some first-line stars and fascinating shooting scenes, and helped her find a way back home forever.… The canine spent 6 first years of her life during a shelter and got rejected quite 18,720 times… earning herself the name “world’s loneliest dog.” After reading an article about dogs, director Michael Bay decided to assist Freya in Transformers 5 and give her a task.

 

Awww what a sweet man.

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