Wal-Mart had to pull two models of shoes off its shelves recently after a voluntary recall. A women’s slingback from Wal-Mart’s own George line was recalled because the heels easily detach, posing a falling risk. They were made by Joyfair Footwear of Taipei. The other was a children’s shoe made by Buster Brown & Company with the theme of the “Cars” animated film. The shoes, which look like the cartoon cars, had four detachable decorative wheels, which were deemed a choking hazard. They were made by Pagoda International Footwear of Hong Kong. About 200,000 pairs of the women’s shoes were distributed, as well as 91,000 pairs of the “Cars” shoes.