(KGTV) - Is a zoo really asking for people's unwanted perfume to give to their jungle cats?
The Banham Zoo in Norfolk, England put out a video showing cheetahs, jaguars, tigers, and ocelots rubbing against logs and trees sprayed with perfume.
The zoo says the cats tend to prefer expensive designer labels, especially Calvin Klein.
A perfumer says they're reacting to an ingredient in perfume called Civetone. It mimics the scent of the civet which is a small cat-like mammal that marks its territory with pheromones from its anal glands.