- — Felicity, Animal Crossing: City Folk
"Love has no bounds."
|Initial clothes||Dapper Shirt|
|Skill||Rock paper scissors|
|Coffee|| Blue Mountain,|
A regular amount,
Two spoonfuls of sugar.
|Favorite song||K.K. Lullaby|
|Appearances|| Dōbutsu no Mori e+,|
Animal Crossing: City Folk,
Animal Crossing: New Leaf
|Regional names|| Micha |
Felicity (みかっち, Mikacchi) is a peppy cat villager who first appeared Dōbutsu no Mori e+, and reappears in Animal Crossing: City Folk. Her chosen name is similar to Felis, which is the real-world scientific genus of many cats, and the name Felicity, a popular girl name. Her initial phrase could be a reference to her personality type, as it appears to be singing.
Felicity is a cat with creamish white fur, and has reddish-brown hair. Felicity has lovely pink cheeks and big eyes. Her ears are pink inside, and she has a small red nose. She initially wears the Dapper Shirt. Since her eyes aren't too wide and she has a small smile, she's often mistaken for a normal villager. She looks similar to Merry, another cat villager.
Below is a brief description of the peppy personality. For more information, click here.
As a peppy villager, Felicity will always appear to be in a good mood. She will get along with other villagers including the player. She will enjoy the usual hobbies, and may ask the player for bugs or fish that she finds cute. She will easily get upset, but due to a short attention span she will forget ever having the conversation. Like all peppy villagers, she dreams of becoming famous in the future. She will get on well with normal, lazy, jock, and other peppy villagers, but may annoy snooty and cranky villagers with her upbeat personality. She may also carry traits of a snooty villager, but dislikes gossip.
In Animal Crossing: City Folk, Felicity's house has an outdoor theme and a living room theme to it to with furniture such as the Pine Table and Chairs and a sink which gives it the feel of a typical household. Felicity has the Meadow Vista and Daisy Meadow as her choice of wallpaper and flooring and if she is given a stereo, it will play K.K. Lullaby.
- Felicity is similar to the real-word Scientific name for cats called "Felis" and is also a popular feminine name.
- Mikacchi is a combination of みか, beautiful in Japanese, and っち, a suffix to put on nicknames.