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I care about you a lot, so if it's true that you're having a hard time, know I'm here for you, bonbon.
― Lolly, New Horizons

Lolly Gallery

Lolly (ラムネ, Ramune?) is a normal cat villager in the Animal Crossing series, first appearing in Animal Forest e+ as a new character and an exclusive. Her name and catchphrase in most languages relates to sweet foods and drinks, fitting her sweet personality. Her English name is a shortened form of the word "lollipop", her Japanese name, Ramune, is also the name of a Japanese soda, and her Korean name, Saida, refers to lemon-lime soda. Her initial phrase in English, "bonbon", is French for "candy". Her other names and phrases reference cats in general.

She appears on the album covers for Lucky K.K., King K.K., and K.K. Polka. She has the music hobby.


Lolly in Animal Forest e+

Lolly is a blue-gray tabby cat with 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 with pink insides. Her muzzle is white and oval-shaped with a curved W-shaped mouth. She has white paws and her eyes resemble swirls (like some lollipops), quotation marks in certain fonts, or the number 6. Her initial shirt is the Natty Tee (Winter Sweater in New Horizons), and she carries a Yellow Umbrella on rainy days.


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

Lolly has a normal personality, and frequently acts kind towards the player. Normal villagers generally get along well with lazy, peppy, smug, snooty and other normal villagers. Lolly may conflict with cranky and sisterly villagers. As a normal villager, Lolly will usually wake up at 6:00 am and is easier to befriend than most. Both normal and peppy villagers reference an unseen friend known as Moppina.


Lolly's house in Animal Forest e+ is the same as Sally's, only that her wallpaper is the Citrus Wallpaper and her flooring is the Citrus Carpet. In Animal Forest e+, three 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 five shirts. No stereo is in her house, therefore, there is no music.

In City Folk, Lolly's house initially has a fruit theme towards it. She has two pear closets, an apple TV, a 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 New Leaf the house has been redesigned with a casual kitchen theme, utilizing the Alpine Series, the Modern Wood Series (including the wall) with an Alpine Table and Modern Wood Bench. There are other kitchen items including the Kitchen Floor with a sink, Science Table, and fridge. The music in Lolly's house is K.K. Stroll playing on a CD Player.

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New Horizons (interior) New Horizons (exterior)

Pocket Camp

Lolly was added to Pocket Camp in the June 28, 2020 update.

Lolly's preferred theme is natural, and she primarily gives wood as a reward. Her profile reads:

❝ Lolly is always bright and cheerful. That said...rub her the wrong way, and she is a force to be reckoned with! Usually she's really nice, though.❞

Campsite Invitation Requirements

Friendship Level: 0

Friendship Rewards

  • At level 7 friendship, she will reward the player with a natty tee and sparkle stones (x1).
  • At level 9, she will reward the player with sparkle stones (x1).
  • At level 15, she will request the player to craft a slushie machine.
  • At level 20, she will reward the player with a pic of Lolly and sparkle stones (x1).
  • At level 25, she will reward the player with sparkle stones (x1).
  • At level 30, she will reward the player with sparkle stones (x1).
  • At level 35, she will reward the player with sparkle stones (x1).
  • At level 40, she will reward the player with sparkle stones (x1).
  • At level 45, she will reward the player with sparkle stones (x1).
  • At level 50, she will reward the player with sparkle stones (x1).
  • At level 55, she will reward the player with sparkle stones (x1).
  • At level 60, she will reward the player with sparkle stones (x1).

amiibo Card

amiibo Card[1]
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#333 Lolly
Type Cat
Star sign Aries
Birthday 3/27
Roll value 5
Hand sign Rock
Request A lecture hall HHD
An Emcee's Training Grounds HHP
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332 Shep #333 Lolly 334 Erik


  • Her quote in New Leaf hints that her name also comes from the text word "lol" (laughing out loud).
  • She shows some similarity to Bonbon:
    • Lolly's English initial phrase is the same as Bonbon's name.
    • Lolly's English name is the same as Bonbon's Italian name.
    • Both of their English names refer to candy ("Lolly" means "lollipop" and "Bonbon" is French for "candy").
  • Her initial phrase in French, "ron-ron", is the French onomatopoeia for a cat's purr.

In other languages

Language Name
Japan Japanese ラムネ Ramune
France French Linette
Spain Spanish Feli
Germany German Feline
Italy Italian Maty
The Netherlands Dutch Lolly
Russia Russian Лолли Lolli
China Chinese 柠檬娜/檸檬娜 Níngméngnà
South Korea Korean 사이다 Saida


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