"There's an exception to every rule."
|Birthday||February 3rd (Aquarius)|
|Initial clothes||Floral Knit Tee|
|Home request||A piano conservatory|
None at all,
None at all
|Favorite song||Two Days Ago|
|Appearances||AF, AF+, AC, AFe+, WW, CF, NL, HHD|
|Regional names|| Bianca |
"You're the best kind of friend because you make me look even prettier."Olivia (オリビア, Oribia?) is a snooty cat villager in the Animal Crossing series. She has made an appearance in every game, so far. Olivia also appears in the Japan-only manga adaptation, Tobidase Dōbutsu no Mori Minna Deseseragi Mura Life. Her name means "olive", which could be a reference to the beauty mark on her face which resembles an olive. Her initial catchphrase relates to the sound cats make when they're happy.
— Picture quote, Wild World
Olivia, like Mitzi, is a white, point colored cat. She has no visible nose, and she has a beauty mark on her left cheek. She has large, sophisticated cat eyes with greyish blue eyeshadow and long eyelashes. Her sclera is yellow with thin, black pupils similar to Moe. Olivia's fur is ivory white and her ears are rouge and light pink on the interior. Her burgundy tipped paws, feet, and tail match her straight, perked up ears. Olivia's initial shirt is a Floral Knit, sharing the same initial clothing as Whitney.
|Below is a brief description of the snooty personality. For more information, click here.|
Olivia's house in all the games has a very elegant appearance, with many pieces from the Regal Series, an Ivory Piano and a Bass. Olivia uses the Ornate Wall and Classic Carpet. K.K. Etude plays on her retro stereo in Animal Crossing, but she has Two Days Ago in Animal Forest, Wild World, City Folk and New Leaf instead.
In games prior to Wild World, Olivia had two rubber trees and normal, mega, and mini lullaboids, as well as a regal cupboard. In City Folk they were removed, and a snake plant was added with a regal armoire. In New Leaf, the armoire has been replaced with a regal table with a tea set on top, and she now has an ebony piano.