The Good: Cute costume, who doesn't love their adorable child dressed up as even more adorable animals?
The Bad: Costume seems to be cheaply made, the material appears to be felt. Not very heirloom quality to me... The feet of the costume are just little flaps with some tacky elastic loop at the bottom to hook onto your child's feet, not the little footed pajama type closing that is depicted.
The Ugly: I'm not much of a worry-wart as far as mothers go, but the idea of a six month old (with busy little fingers) in this costume with buttons as closures. They look as if they could be pulled off easily (loose thread ends and such) and pose a choking hazard. Even scarier to me are the drawstrings that are used to keep the cap on. I could easily see a baby hanging out in a exersaucer or johnny jump-up accidentally strangling themselves. (Although you should always be watching your children, use a little common sense!)
In summary: Shoppers, mothers - look for costumes that have safer snap fastners, have little hoods/caps attached to the costume (or attached with said snap fasteners), and of course make sure they are made with a flame-retardant fabric. I would've returned this costume to Amazon had I known about their return policy (you cannot return costumes). Since I view this product as a potential danger to babies, I'm not going to re-sell this item or donate it. Looks like I'm just out 40 bucks.
The pictures posted on the advertisement for this costume make it seem like a much higher quailty than it really is. The material is a very light see through material, the straps on feet would not stay put, the hood was way too big (and my son has a head in the 90% percentile,) and the ears are freakishly huge more like a kangaroo than a racoon.