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SHOTLIST:WRTV - COURTESY WRTVZionsville, Indiana1. SOUNDBITE (English) Carol Gambrel, Mother of Graduate: I went in to get a graduation cake for my daughter because we weren't actually doing a party so I thought well maybe we should at least have a cake and make it kind of funny with her face on it. So I went in to order the graduation cake and the guy--a young man taking my order--said oh do you want a diploma and I said oh sure and how do you want it decorated, I said school colors and it should say congratulations Laura and then I thought maybe it would be funny if they drew a little graudation cap on it and said could you draw a cap on the head?2. Close up of small graduation hat and diploma on the table3. Close up of cake 4. Close up of cat on cake5. SOUNDBITE (English) Carol Gambrel, Mother of Graduate: When I went to get the cake it was kind of covered over and I thought oh they did try to draw something and then I thought that doesn't look like a mortar board and I had her cut the box open and when I saw it was a cat, I just died laughing, I couldn't compose myself. I was laughing so hard.6. Shot of cake5. SOUNDBITE (English) Carol Gambrel, Mother of Graduate: I just thought it was so funny, this is a one of a kind cake, it's not just a boring kind with a graduation hat. Some of the comments we saw on the internet said the cake is 10 times better with a cat on it and I thought well I have to agree with them.5. Close up of cat on cake