‘Britain’s Loneliest Dog’ Leaves Shelter To Pursue Role In New ‘Transformers’ Movie

Staffordshire Bull Terrier Freya spent six years being overlooked by shelter visitors — until Michael Bay came along.

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Meet the newest movie star on the block: Freya. Via Freshfields Animal Rescue/Facebook
Meet the newest movie star on the block: Freya. Via Freshfields Animal Rescue/Facebook

The Staffordshire Bull Terrier dubbed “Britain’s Loneliest Dog” has to relinquish her title.

Freya had been overlooked in a Merseyside, United Kingdom, animal shelter for six long years until being cast in a major Hollywood film this week, according to The Mirror. The dog has lived at Freshfields Animal Rescue for half a decade and, according to visitor totals, has been passed over by 18,000 people.

It's hard to believe that 18,000 people passed up this cutie. Via Freshfields Animal Rescue/Facebook

It’s hard to believe that 18,000 people passed up this cutie. Via Freshfields Animal Rescue/Facebook

Director Michael Bay of the “Transformers” film franchise saw the dog’s picture on Facebook. According to the news outlet, the 51-year-old director says if the role doesn’t find her an adopter he personally will give the dog a home.

Who wants to be in a summer blockbuster?! Via Freshfields Animal Rescue/Facebook

Who wants to be in a summer blockbuster?! Via Freshfields Animal Rescue/Facebook

We’re not sure that will happen. Look at this face! Once she gets high-profile coverage, it looks like this sweet dog will be in demand.

You’re a superstar, Freya.

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