Question about Cepia Kung Zhu Zhu Pet Special Forces Sgt. Serge Hamster $4sh
No, there is not a recall on the Zhu Zhu pets at this time. Have you tried to replace the batteries? When the batteries are getting low, there isn't enough energy to make the toy move, but just enough for it to still make noise.
Posted on Jan 24, 2011
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