Dakota Johnson had a lot of interesting things to say about Tippi Hedren when she appeared on a new episode of Britain's The Graham Norton Show. Tippi is the mother of actress Melanie Griffith and the grandmother of Dakota. The trio of women have lived very interesting lives and it was Tippi's that became a hot topic of conversation with Graham. On the Friday episode of The Graham Norton Show, Dakota touched on a lot of topics, but one of the most interesting had to be just how many cats \u2014 big and small \u2014 that her grandmother had owned. The newest episodes of the show have had a much different feel to them, as Graham is calling up celebrities and interviewing them from a distance during the current health situation. Tippi Hedren loved lions and tigers In a clip below from the May 22 episode of The Graham Norton Show, Graham brings up Dakota's grandmother, referencing the fact that she too was an actress. Hedren might still be best known for her starring role in the Alfred Hitchcock film The Birds, which still remains a classic to this day. Other films that Hedren has appeared in include The Birds II: Land's End, Marnie, Roar, and Tea with Grandma. But back to all of the cats that Dakota says her 90-year-old grandmother used to have in the house where Melanie was growing up! When asked by Graham if "she still lives with the big cats," Dakota stated that "Yes. Yeah. She has 13 or 14 lions and tigers." She went on to say, "There used to be like 60 cats, and now there's just a couple." When she speaks about cats, she is referring to house cats. Graham then began showing what he referred to as vintage photos of Tippi with the bigger cats and it is reason alone to take a look at the video below. https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vNWZCbICzOFg Tigers a hot topic in Hollywood With all of the popularity of Tiger King on Netflix right now, this was definitely a timely topic for Graham Norton to discuss with Dakota Johnson. It was also fun to see Melanie in some of the photos from when she was much younger. Dakota noted that when she herself visited her grandmother that the big cats were in their own compounds and much safer than when her mom had grown up there. She even called it "totally psycho" that the big cats had been roaming around for years.