It has been alleged that the antimony level present in the Zhu Zhu Pets is much higher than the limit fixed by the federal agencies. Records state that federal authorities allow sixty parts of antimony in a million but Zhu Zhu Pets have exceeded that limit. Their nose contains one hundred and three parts of antimony per million and their fur contains ninety-three antimony bodies per million. These can cause severe health hazards for children and so the cuddly, lovable toys might be pulled out of the market.
As the company officials have not yet made any statement regarding the presence of toxic elements on the pet or for recall of the pets, Zhu Zhu Pets are still available in store. People who have already purchased these pets can keep them as long as the company does not recall the pets. However, someone who is worried about the health hazards that can be caused by these pets is urged to contact the company. The company would be able to provide them with the appropriate information of what is the actual problem related to these toy pets.