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Cat-gratulations! Family Goes Feral After Graduation Cake Mixup!

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MSN.com - To celebrate her daughter's graduation, Carol Gambrel decided to order a special cake. Now the cat's out of the bag, because this cake was clearly nothing like they expected.

Carol asked for a photograph of her daughter, a big "Congratulations", and have the baker draw a red and white graduation cap drawn on her head. However, the baker misunderstood, and drew a red and white graduation cat on her head instead!

When the family of 22 year-old Laura Gambrel of Zionsville, Indiana, saw their daughter's graduation cake, they had to paws for a moment... before roaring laughter! Instead of dumping it into the litterbox, the family thought the not-so-felicitous feline was too funny to remove, so they decided to keep it and it was posted to Reddit. Then, look what the cat dragged in... 29,000 up votes!

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