Dakota Johnson opened up about her family's extreme love for cats Friday on an at-home edition of The Graham Norton Show.
The 30-year-old Suspiria star revealed that her grandmother Tippi Hedren currently keeps '13 or 14 lions and tigers' at her home, though she once had dozens of the big cats wandering free around her home.
Johnson's grandmother and her mother Melanie Griffith, 62, appeared with many of their cats in the injury-plagued 1981 film Roar.
Cat lady: Dakota Johnson, 30, revealed that her actress grandmother Tippi Hedren, 90, still keeps '13 or 14 lions and tigers' on her property, though she once had dozens roaming free
Johnson began the segment by confirming that her grandmother, who rose to fame in Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds (1963) and Marnie (1964) before largely abandoning Hollywood, was 90 years old and still getting around, which piqued Norton's interest in her big cats.
'She has 13 or 14 lions and tigers,' Johnson said. 'There used to be 60 cats, but now there're just a couple.'
Norton shared some of the stunning photos taken of Hedren during the days when the cats roamed freely throughout her home and the estate, including a famous photo of an enormous tiger jumping into her kitchen through the window while she was made a phone call.
Whoa: 'She has 13 or 14 lions and tigers,' Johnson said. 'There used to be 60 cats, but now there're just a couple.' Hedren is best known for starring in The Birds (1963) for Alfred Hitchcock
Unbelievable: Norton shared a famous photo of an enormous tiger jumping into Hedren's kitchen through the window while she was made a phone call
'It is what it is, it's a tiger jumping through your kitchen window,' he said.
'It is what it is,' Johnson joined in with her deadpan delivery, which got a fit of laughter out of the host.
Norton also shared a famous photo of her mother Melanie Griffith as a teenager, when she jumped into her swimming pool just as a male lion grabbed at her leg to bite it.
'Oh yeah, with the leg and the mouth,' said Johnson, who was clearly familiar with it. 'She didn't lose the leg,' she joked.
Absurd: 'It is what it is, it's a tiger jumping