Cabela’s Purr-Fection Stuffed Animal Recall Issued Due to Laceration Risk

A recall has been initiated for about 7,200 stuffed animals that contain LED flashlights, due to reports that the wires may protrude through the fabric, posing an injury risk for young children or caregivers. 

A Beamerzzz Purr-Fection stuffed animal recall was announced by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) on February 13, after at least once incident was reported involving a wire that became exposed.

Although no injuries have been reported in connection with the problem, the stuffed animal was recalled due to the risk young children may face when squeezing or sleeping with the stuffed animal.

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The recalled stuffed animals are 12 inches tall and come in five different animal types with a LED flashlight sewn in to the left paw. The affected LED stuffed animals have the manufacturing code 111208-02 sewn on the rear portion of the toy and the following models and model numbers can be found on the hang tag of the left ear; Baby Moose with model number 3127FS, Baby Butter Cream Bar with model number 1229FS, Baby Smoke Black Bear with model number 1231FS, Baby Deer with model number 3136FS, and Baby Derby Elephant with model number 1927FS.

The recalled LED stuffed animals were manufactured in China under Purr-Fection by MJC Inc., of Tualatin, Oregon and sold exclusively at Cabela’s stores and online at Cabelas.com from September 2012 through November 2012 for about $15.

The CPSC advised consumers to take the recalled toys away from children and contact Purr-Fection by MJC at (800) 359-0254 or online at www.purr-fection.com for a replacement toy.

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