Recall Alert: Target Recalls Cat & Jack Baby Rompers for Potential Choking Hazard

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The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission recently announced a recall for Target’s Cat & Jack baby rompers due to a possible choking hazard. If you have this product or think you have this at home, read on for more info on this important recall.

The current recall includes the Cat & Jack Baby Heart Ears Rompers. According to the CPSC, the heart-shaped graphics on the knee areas could come off the romper. This poses a potential choking hazard. Target has received 40 reports of the hearts detaching and one report of a choking incident.

photo courtesy of U.S. CPSC

This recall includes 44,359 rompers sold in sizes newborn through 24M. The gray rompers have red hearts on the knees and hood, a red and white-striped lining inside the hood, red trim on the pockets, wrists and ankle areas. Along with the colors and decor, the recalled rompers also have snaps on the legs.

Product numbers included in this recall are 206-09-6476, 206-09-6477, 206-09-6478, 206-09-6479, 206-09-6480, 206-09-6481, and 206-09-6482. Find the product numbers on the white tag inside of the romper.

If you have one of the recalled rompers, stop using it immediately. Return the romper to a Target store for a refund. Customers who purchased the romper online at should contact the company to get a prepaid return label. Contact Target with questions at 800-440-0680 between 7″00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. CT seven days a week or visit and click on “Recalls.”

—Erica Loop



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