Barbara Herman notes that this was one of the most popular drugstore scents of the 1950s-1960s.
She describes it as a floral chypre with animalic and balsamic notes in the dry down.
Its packaging was in a bottle shaped like a cat with rhinestone eyes.
My vintage 1/3 oz. bottle of pure parfum reveals a pleasant smelling chypre of no particular significance. It is slightly floral, warm and definitely balsamic. One of the last chypres of this genre produced before the scent fashions of the 1960s swept it away for good.