(WXYZ) - Thousands of stuffed animals are being recalled because they could cut a child.
The recall includes 7,200 Purr-Fection Stuffed Animals with Flashlights that were sold at Cabela's stores nationwide and also on the chain's website.
The company says flashlight wires that are sewn into the paw can poke through and possibly cut a child.
No injuries have been reported.
You can call the company for a replacement at 1-800-359-0254.
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