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"Let gossip in one ear and out the other."
— Annalise, Animal Crossing: New Leaf
Japanese シルブプレ Korean 실부플레 Chinese Unknown
French Âne-Lise Italian Lisa Spanish Isadora
German Annerose Dutch Unknown Russian Unknown
Annalise NLa.png
Species Personality Gender
Horse Snooty Female
Birthday December 2nd Sagittarius
Phrase nipper
Clothes Red Aloha Shirt*
Tropical Tee*
Saying Let gossip in one ear and out the other.
Main Games
Other Games
Islander fruit

Annalise is a snooty horse who appears in Doubutsu no Mori+, Animal Crossing, and Doubutsu no Mori e+, as an islander. After her absence from Animal Crossing: Wild World and Animal Crossing: City Folk, she returned as a villager in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. Her Japanese catchphrase, Sava, is the Japanese pronunciation of the French greeting, "Ça va". Due to her being an islander in Animal Crossing and Doubutsu no Mori e+, she has a fruit allergy. She loves pears and is allergic to oranges.



Annalise PG.png

Annalise is a brown horse with a lighter brown muzzle and pink mane matching her tail. She has eyelashes and eye shadow the same color of her muzzle around her eye, as the inside of her ears are pink and her hooves are white. She wears a yellow flower in her hair.


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

Annalise is a snooty villager, meaning she enjoys fashion and talks of it constantly. As a result, this makes her appear arrogant and big-headed, sometimes unintentionally insulting the player, or even intentionally. Lazy villagers, who do not care for outward appearance, will offend Annalise, while jock villagers will offend her by questioning her appearance. Annalise, however, will get along just fine with cranky villagers and other snooty villagers, as well as normal and peppy villagers on occasion, although she is sometimes annoyed by the honest nature of the latter.

Fruit Allergy[edit]

As an islander, she is allergic to oranges. Feeding her an orange will reduce the likelihood of her dropping money bags. She loves pears.


In New Leaf[edit]

AnnalisePicACNL.png Let gossip go in one ear and out the other.
Siblings Youngest of three
Skill Brainteasers
Goal Chef
Fear Mummies
Clothing Smallcheckmark.png Official
Smallxmark.png Flashy
Color Purple
Type Blend
Milk Lots of milk
Sugar Three spoonfuls
Ideal Gifts for Annalise – Purple Official Items
Name Price Available From
24-Hour-Shop Uniform - DLC (Japan)
Sweater-Vest 420 Ables (All)
Pilot's Hat 960 Accessory Corner
Purple Pumps 480 Kicks
More Purple Items More Official Items


In Animal Crossing, Annalise's completed house has a Regal theme, requesting from the player a Black Knight, a Regal Bed, a Regal Chair, a Regal Lamp, a Regal Table, a Regal Vanity, a Retro Stereo, and a White Knight; Annalise's house does not initially contain any furniture.

Other Appearances[edit]

In Happy Home Designer[edit]

Happy Home Designer House Info
Type: Snooty Horse
Client's Vision: A stained-glass tearoom.
Required Items: Natural low table, stained-glass lamp, coffee cup
Favorite Song: -
Favorite Saying: Let gossip in one ear and out the other.
Annalise HHD Request.png

Card Profiles[edit]

Animal Crossing e-Reader Card[edit]

Animal Crossing-e card
#162 Annalise - Series 3
Gender: Female
Species: Horse
Clothes: red aloha shirt
Sign: Sagittarius
Phrase: Nipper
Password: KEG85HRRgO5xW@
Animal Crossing-e 3-162 (Annalise).jpg
161 Cleo Animal Crossing-e cards
#162 Annalise
163 Rex

Happy Home Designer amiibo Card[edit]

Animal Crossing amiibo card
#367 Annalise - Series 4
Type: Horse
Star sign: Sagittarius
Birthday: December 2nd
Dice value: 1
Hand sign: Paper
367 Annalise amiibo card NA.png
366 Ribbot List of amiibo cards
#367 Annalise
368 Chow



Sprites & Models[edit]


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese シルブプレ
S'il vous plaît
"Please" in French (technically, "if it pleases you")
Spanish Isadora -
French Âne-Lise From the name Anelise and the word Âne meaning Donkey in French
German Annerose -
Italian Lisa -
Korean 실부플레
Same as Japanese name