Mrs. Twombly

Anna Twombly
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Physical Information
Species Human
Sex Female
Personal Information
Occupation Littlest Pet Shop owner
Retired Kung Fu Quilting master
Residence Littlest Pet Shop
Family Esther (aunt)
Unknown sister
Unknown cousin[1]
Henrietta Twombly (great-great-grandmother)
Production Information
Debut Blythe's Big Adventure Part One
Voiced by Kathleen Barr

Anna Twombly, often addressed as Mrs. Twombly or Mrs. T for short, is the owner of Littlest Pet Shop. She hired Blythe as a part-time employee after her fashion expertise saved the shop.


Mrs. Twombly is a kind and eccentric woman. She cares a great deal for the pet shop and the pets and her heart is in the right place. She tends to be too confiding (as shown in Pawlm Reading) and her taste in fashion is extravagant, but the most of people who know her respect her for the cheerful mood, kindness, and devotion to her number one calling: Littlest Pet Shop.

Despite her otherwise perky nature, she can become rather frustrated on occasions. She also has a tendency to go off the deep end when she is cleaning the shop.

Mrs. Twombly has a well-known obsession with collecting door knobs, which is also her hobby.


Though elderly, Mrs. Twombly has surprisingly youthful features. She has grey hair with notable white streaks, light green eyes, prominent cheekbones, and a beauty mark above her lips. In her youth, she had dark red hair.

She wears a dark red dress with yellow sunflower-like designs, a black necklace and black bracelet on her right wrist, as well as a black belt. She usually wears reading glasses with a chain and black high heel shoes.


Mrs. Twombly: Don't these youngsters realize it takes twice as long to decipher their silly abbreviations as it does to state them normally in the first place? (Eight Arms to Hold You)
Mrs. Twombly: Oh! Charge, Captain Quackers! Defeat those evil, cheesy mice! Ohhh, cheesy mice, you vex me so! (Feud for Thought)
Mrs. Twombly: Oh, I just love animal puns! (Seeing Red)


  • Her first name was not revealed until Lotsa Luck.
  • Mrs. Twombly invented Kung Fu Quilting (a mix of martial arts and quilting) as a young woman when her doctor had told her to stay in bed for two weeks. She became the best in the world at the sport, but had to retire on July 21, 1969 due to an injury.


  1. The three mentioned in Helicopter Dad
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