Authorities think the handsome pit bull and bull terrier mix named McFly by his rescuers just didn't have the personality to be a fighting dog, so was slashed in his throat and left out in the woods to die reported the Capital Bay.com., however, two suspects have now been arrested and charged with the crime
Christopher Wayne Johnson and Mark Donell Mosley, 28, were arrested on Monday and charged with felony animal cruelty
McFly was found in early October at the 600 block of 46th Place SE, D.C. when someone called the Washington Humane Society to report a dog in critical condition with his throat cut and bite wounds all over his body. The dog was turned over to the custody of the Bull Terrier Rescue of Virginia where he has since healed, is now a bundle of energy, and available for adoption.
Johnson is being held for a parole violation on a previous animal cruelty charge of dog fighting.
Sadly, other animals were found at the scene and did not survive.
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