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This Is What Happens When Starving Cats Meet Christmas

A Humorous Warning to Pet Lovers From Temptations

By Alexandra Jardine. Published on Nov 01, 2016

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Underfeed your cats on treats at Christmastime and they'll do a wrecking job on your home. That seems to be the message of this entertaining spot by Mars Petcare's Temptations Treats, in which a bunch of overexcited felines are let loose on a holiday display.

Catflaps are opened and moggies are unleashed on a (somewhat clinically arranged, it has to be said) collection of food, decorations and holiday gaudiness. Before you know it, baubles are broken, trees pulled over and wrapping paper chewed, and there's plenty of yowling and clawing to go with it. The tagline is "Keep Them Busy" as we finally see the destructive kitties disappear to the sound of Temptations Treats being proferred.

The ad is by Adam&Eve/DDB London and was directed by Sam Brown of Rogue Films.

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Credits

Date
Nov 01, 2016
Agency:
Adam & Eve/DDB London
Chief Creative Officer:
Ben Priest
Client:
Temptations Treats
Executive Creative Director:
Ben Tollett
Executive Creative Director:
Richard Brim
Creative:
Alex Lucas
Creative:
Jon Farley
Agency Producer:
Patrick Cahill
Planner:
Jessica Lovell
Managing Partner:
Fiona McArthur
Account Director:
Jaimee Kerr
Interactive Partner:
Simon Adamson
Social Media Strategist:
Jessica Taylor
Media Agency:
MediaCom
Media Agency:
Starcom US
Marketing Director:
Denise Truelove
Brand Manager:
Arren Beach
Production Company:
Rogue Films
Director:
Sam Brown
Executive Producer:
James Howland
Producer:
Jess Wylie
Cinematographer:
Alex Barber
Director of Photography:
Alex Barber
Editing Company:
Final Cut
Editor:
James Rosen
Post Production:
The Mill
Post Producer:
Tom Manton
VFX Supervisor:
Jonathan Westley
Colorist:
Seamus O'Kane
Music Supervisor:
Tom Stanford
Audio Post Production:
Factory
Soundtrack:
Deck the Halls
Music:
Smith & Western

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