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IN Animals ON 09 Jun, 2016
Freya, a bull terrier, has been in the kennel for six years and has seen her friends at shelter getting adopted one by one but she was never adopted. "We are sure that she will make the most wonderful friend in only someone will give her the chance she deserves", Debbie Hughes, fundraiser at Freshfields Animal Rescue Centre.
Well, her sad story has a happy ending as she will now star in the upcoming Transformers movie.
Freya is or should I say was "the loneliest dog of Britain" as now I am sure she will find a home after becoming the "the most famous Dog in the world". Her story will make you believe that 'Patience is bitter, but its fruit is sweet'.
Freya was only six-year-old stay pup when The Freshfields Animal Rescue in Liverpool found her.
She is a Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross. This was six years ago and is still in the shelter.
Freya enjoys going on walks and car ride, and her playful nature makes people around her feel happy. She loves being warm and cozy. The people at the shelter are surprised that how such a lovely and friendly dog has not been adopted yet.
They fear that maybe her chances of adoption got much less after she was diagnosed with epilepsy. But her condition is manageable with medications and blood test every 3 months.
Freya has been in the shelter for six years now and has seen over 18,000 families come and go but not a single family adopt her. Though the shelter has tried their best to make her feel comfortable and at home, they believe that she needs a loving family and a stable home.
Her story was covered Live on 'Good Morning Britain' and her story was also published on 'The Mirror'.
The Mirror's story of Freya caught the attention of Michael Bay, the famous American filmmaker known for his Transformers films, and he decided to give her a role in his next film, Transformers 5. Overnight 'the loneliest dog of Britain' became a superstar.
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