Freya ‘The Loneliest Dog’ Finds Home with ‘Transformers’

Freya the Staffordshire bull terrier has won the heart of Hollywood blockbuster director Michael Bay. The poor dog made UK news last month when she was featured on ITV’s Good Morning Britain.

The pup suffers from epilepsy and has been in a shelter the entirety of her six-year life. Freya has reportedly been rejected more than 18,000 times over the years, based on traffic to the shelter where she lives. It’s enough to make a person bawl.

She even has her own Facebook page, lobbying her cause and showcasing her soulful puppy eyes.

Well, that Facebook page, coupled with her recent media attention, has landed her a sweet Hollywood ending. Freya caught the attention of none other than known animal enthusiast and big-time director .

Bay yesterday:

Freya has been recruited for a role in . Her beautiful mug joins the likes of Mark Wahlberg and Josh Duhamel, which may just put this film into the territory of cuteness overload.

The movie only recently started . But what happens to Freya after filming wraps? Sounds like Bay is devoted to making sure she never has to return to the shelter: