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

After spending 6 years in 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 became famous in May after a report that the pooch had been rejected more than ‘18,000 times’ by potential owners was published by the Mirror.

Hollywood filmmaker Michael Bay, 51, promised to come 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 in a Hollywood blockbuster along with Sir Anthony Hopkins!

This turned the canines world upside down and also introduced her to some A-listers and glamorous filming sets helping her to find a much awaited forever home…

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 reading an article for the canine, film director Michael Bay decided to help and gave Freya a role in Transformers 5.

Awww what a sweet man.


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

  1. Susanne Leviness | January 12, 2021 at 6:19 pm | Reply

    Was this dog adopted?

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