My son has recently srarted hurt our family cat. The cat has long hair and my son is pulling clumps out. I haven't figured out why, he does it when he is happy and when he is mad. The poor cat has been taught not to scratch or bite so it doesn't defend itself. My son is now searching the house just to get the cat. Aside from getting rid out the cat what can I do? (FYI: my son is non verbal and 8 years old, very strong.)
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