(Beware math puns ahead)
Mersenne is a prime cat.
She's a talker and μ's when she wants a warm lap to create a purrfect circle in.
It's not rational how acute she is.
She does play coy but only for a fraction of a second because she really craves pets and affection. However, at the first sine of another cat her fur gets ruffled so she would prefer to be a single cat – though she could cosine a dog.
Mersenne does have a sad story that's kind of gross, as she was hit by a car and had her leg broken into fractions but she's whole now and playing with string and jumping in boxes never gets formulaic.
I don't mean to go on a tangent but Mersenne is a cat who will provide an infinite amount of love and companionship to sum lucky person!
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