But this leopard isn't the only feline to really, really, really love men's perfume.
About a decade ago, a team of scientists from the Wildlife Conservation Society were studying elusive Asiatic cheetahs in Iran, but since so few of them remained, they had to devise a way to lure them into sight. After trying dozens of different types of scents to attract them, the researchers stumbled upon an unlikely winner -- cologne.
Specifically, Calvin Klein's Obsession for Men. Later tests confirmed that it was also a favorite among leopards, lions and tigers as well. Nowadays, many sanctuaries use this scent to keep their cats pleased and purring.
It's not stated what brand Reno here is having his little love-affair with, but whatever it is, it's clearly working.