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Lolly
Lolly NewLeaf Official
Gender Female
Personality Normal
Species Cat
Birthday March 27th
Star Sign Aries
Initial Phrase "bonbon"
Initial Clothes Natty Shirt
Picture Quote
(New Leaf)
"Laughter is the best medicine."
Skill Peeling Apples
Goal Chef
Coffee Mocha,
Little bit of milk,
One spoonful of sugar
Appearance(s) Dōbutsu no Mori e+,
Animal Crossing: City Folk,
Animal Crossing: New Leaf
In other languages Flag of South Korea ㅅㅏㅇㅏㅘ
Flag of Spain Feli
Flag of Germany small Feline
"Aw, I can't help but shed tears when I see another sad animal."
— Lolly, Animal Crossing: City Folk

Lolly (ラムネ, Ramune) is a cat villager with a normal personality in the Animal Crossing series, first appearing in Dōbutsu no Mori e+ as a new character and an exclusive. Her name and initial phrase relate to sweets (such as the lollipop), which refer to her personality, which is sweet. Her catchphrase, "bonbon", is "candy" in French, while her original Japanese name, "Ramune", is most likely a reference to the Japanese carbonated soft drink of the same name. Both her names are food that is sweet. She is the second of 4 kids.

Appearance

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Lolly's e-reader card
Lolly's e-reader card.

Lolly is a gray tabby cat with a small head and no visible nose. She has three dark gray stripes on her forehead, two on each side of her face, two on each of her arms and legs, and four on her tail. Her ears are dark gray and the insides of them are pink. Her muzzle is white and oval-shaped with a mouth shaped like a sideways 3, but more curved. She has white paws and her eyes look like the number 6 with the circular part filled in black. Her initial shirt is the Natty shirt.

Personality

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Lolly in Dōbutsu no Mori e+.

Below is a brief description of the normal personality. For more information, click here.

Lolly, as a normal villager, will be very sensitive and kind. She will also be easily upset or offended by other villagers, particularly snooty or cranky villagers. She will enjoy the usual hobbies, which are fashion, bug catching, fishing, and furniture collecting. As with all other villagers, she will enjoy the player's company at her house where she may tell the player to "ignore the mess", a concern she shares with other normal villagers. She will get along well with other normal villagers and peppy as well as jock villagers, appearing mother-like in conversation. Lolly also enjoys reading, and is implied she also enjoys cooking.
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Lolly in the city on Animal Crossing City Folk
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Talking to Lolly AFe+
Talking to Lolly in Dōbutsu no Mori e+.
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House

Lolly's house in Animal Forest e+ is intially the same as Sally's, only that her wallpaper is the Citrus Wallpaper and her flooring is the Citrus Carpet. In Animal Forest e+, 3 Lullaboids are in her house. Lolly's house has a Fruit theme towards it, with furniture such as a Pear Dresser, a Pear Wardrobe, a Pineapple Bed, the whole Pine Set, and 5 shirts. No Stereo is in her house, therefore no music.

In Animal Crossing: City Folk, Lolly's house initially has a Fruit theme towards it. She has two Pear Closets, an Apple TV and clock, a pineapple bed, and the whole Pine Set. Her flooring is the Citrus carpet. Her wallpaper is the Citrus wallpaper, from the same set as the citrus carpet. The music in Lolly's house is K.K. Parade in one of the previous Animal Crossing Games. In Animal Crossing: New Leaf, the music in Lolly's house will play K.K. Stroll 


Lolly's house in Dōbutsu no Mori e+ is intially the same as Sally's, only that her wallpaper is the Citrus Wallpaper and her flooring is the Citrus Carpet. In Dōbutsu no Mori e+, 3 Lullaboids are in her house. It is also very fruit themed, with a Pear Wardrobe, a Pear Dresser, a Pineapple Bed, the whole Pine Set, a Plant and 5 shirts. No Stereo is in her house; therefore, there is no music.

In Animal Crossing: City Folk, Lolly's house initially has a Fruit Theme towards it with much of the Citrus Set. She has two reen closets, an Apple TV and clock, a pineapple bed, and a pear dresser. Her flooring is the Citrus carpet. Her wallpaper is the Citrus wallpaper, from the same set as the citrus carpet. Her Hi-Fi Stereo plays K.K. Parade. It is similar to her old house in Dōbutsu no Mori e+.

Trivia

• Lolly appears on the cover of Lucky K.K. and King K.K..

• Her catchphrase is similar to Francine's.

Gallery

Cats
Forest / Crossing Male: Bob | Kabuki | Pierre (AFe+) | Punchy | Stinky | Tom | Kid Cat (AFe+) | Moe (AFe+) |
Female: Ankha (original islander) | Felicity (AFe+) | Kiki | Kitty | Lolly (AFe+) | Meow (AFe+) | Merry (AFe+) | Mitzi | Monique | Olivia | Purrl | Rosie | Tabby | Tangy
Wild World Male: Bob | Kabuki | Kid Cat | Moe | Punchy
Female: Kiki | Mitzi | Monique | Olivia | Purrl | Rosie | Tabby | Tangy
City Folk Male: Bob | Kabuki | Kid Cat | Moe | Punchy | Stinky | Tom
Female: Ankha | Felicity | Kiki | Kitty | Lolly | Merry | Mitzi | Monique | Olivia | Purrl | Rosie | Tabby | Tangy
New Leaf Male: Bob | Kabuki | Kid Cat | Moe | Punchy | Rudy | Stinky | Tom
Female: Ankha | Felicity | Katt | Kiki | Kitty | Lolly | Merry | Mitzi | Monique | Olivia | Purrl | Rosie | Tabby | Tangy
Special Characters Male: Rover
Female: Blanca | Kaitlin | Katie
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