Rosie the cat has appeared in almost every Animal Crossing game, and also in Dōbutsu no Mori. As a peppy villager, she's the perfect fit for the new home.
You can't wait to decorate your room with frames, posters, pillows...everything!
Your mom will want to talk about furniture for hours. If she's collecting yarn she'll never get bored.
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Rosie is a peppy cat who has appeared in all games since Animal Forest.
She also appears on the cover of Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer (shown below), suggesting that this game will receive the same treatment once it has reached its time limit.
It's crafted from ultra-soft cotton nightgown that makes for easy sleep, while her ears are finished with an adorable lace to bring out the lovely features of the Animal Crossing character.
Rosie the cat (known in Japanese as Jiro and in European and Australian English versions of Animal Crossing as Rosie) is one of the non-player characters (NPCs) in the Animal Crossing series. Rosie is a blue cat with dark blue fur.
She appears to have no nose, but she does have a smile seen on drawings of cats.
She is very similar in appearance to another cat character, Moira. Rosie appears to be a female cat. Her initial clothes are the bee shirt and blue-striped capris.
Rosie is very interesting, as she places things in strange expressions, even placing donuts on her eyes.
She also likes to play tricks on the player, such as sticking her paw through your wall asking if you saw it, or startling you when you're talking to someone else by popping out of the ground under the player.
Rosie has the personality of a typical peppy villager. She will appear friendly and hospitable towards the player, making it easy to befriend her and gain her picture in Animal Crossing: Wild World.
She also has dotted eyes and a sweet smile, making her look like an elementary school student or younger.
Her skin is paler than that of most other characters, and she appears to be peppy, meaning she will act hyper and happy often.
Rosie's name may come from the fact that many chickens lay eggs, and her name may also be a pun on "awfully cute", as she looks similar to chicks or ducklings.
Rosie's home is similar to her house in Animal Crossing. Only it is much larger. It has more stickers on the walls, a new rug, a tiny sink, a small kitchen, and two stickers on the floor.
It also has a yellow counter top with a toolbox on it. It has a small bathroom that is just one stall.
The pool table is gone but has been replaced by the red sofa and bathtub.
Her house has a slight Egyptian theme to it, with a sand floor, a three-piece pyramid consisting of a gigantic sarcophagus in the middle, a sphinx in one corner, and sand-themed furniture.