Tidy Cats

Stressed Out? This Kitten Therapy Office From Tidy Cats Will Cure You With Cuteness

Kittens are notorious advertising stars, and as it turns out, they're miniature therapists too.At least, that's one takeaway from this stunt in Los Angeles, where Purina Tidy Cats invited stressed-out people into a glass room—fully visible to people on the street—and had them listen to guided meditation.

A Play-by-Play From Jaguar’s Super Bowl Social Media Lair

Early in the Super Bowl’s first quarter, Jaguar found itself playing defense. Lexus—not even a big game advertiser—was buying space on Twitter, piggybacking on its #goodtobebad hashtag.

Top 10 Commercials of the Week

This week, "Ebenezer" Snoop learns a lesson from his (puff, puff) Christmas past, Canon inspires extreme photography and Honda knows you're really dreading spending time with your psycho family this holiday season.

Burger King’s Ugoff Is Reborn as Tidy Cats’ Hans Hansenburg

Ever wonder what happened to Ugoff, the flamboyant (and fictional) fashion designer featured in Burger King's 2004 ads for fire-grilled salads? Apparently he's now going by Hans Hansenberg and working as a "Tidy Cats innovationist." Actor Daniel Raymont revives his German accent in the new spots for Tidy Cats' two-handled container, supposedly invented by the James Dyson-esque Hansenberg to end decades of disastrous litter spills from traditional boxes and bags. Accent aside, the mild-mannered Hans is definitely a departure from the over-the-top Ugoff, who chewed up the scenery in the early BK spots by Crispin Porter + Bogusky and director Roman Coppola. But it's hard to see the eccentric frames, shock of black hair and thick mutton chops in the Tidy Cats ads without hoping he'll stop, glare at the camera and say, "Please. I'm Ugoff." Check out more of the new Tidy Cats work and the Ugoff originals after the jump.

Tidy Cats Sorry for Likening Cincinnati Neighborhood to a Litter Box

Note to self: Self, if you're ever put in charge of a citywide ad campaign, don't say mean things about neighborhoods in that city. Not even if it's Cincinnati.