There was no thought of sharing as two bloodthirsty Melbourne tigers marked their eighth birthdays with personal ice cakes.
Sumatran tiger siblings, male Hutan and female Indrah, each tucked into a three-layered concoction consisting of special cat milk and animal blood at Melbourne Zoo on Friday.
The cherry on top? A frozen bunny rabbit.
But the brother and sister didn't get to wish each other a happy birthday - they live on opposite sides of the zoo.
However mum Binjai, who travels between their exhibits, was nearby to watch the birthday boy blow out the candles while she munched on a cake of her own.
At one point Hutan's round ice cake rolled away down the hill, but he wasn't in a mood to let it get away using his razor-sharp claws to reel it in.
The duo's two other siblings, sister Rani and brother Aceh, are celebrating the milestone at zoos in Queensland and Canberra.
The family are some of the 270 Sumatran tigers living in zoos worldwide.
Fewer than 300 are thought to remain in the wild as palm oil plantations threaten their habitat.
Australian Associated Press