|Appearances||Animal Crossing Animal Crossing: City Folk|
|Original Shirt||Yellow Tartan|
|House Music||"K.K. Steppe"|
|Picture Inscription||"I'm so lucky to have this wool coat!"|
Vesta (Japanese name: メリヤス, Meriyasu) is a sheep with a black face, white smile and eyes. Vesta has wool all over her head and body accompanied white orange curly horns that stick out of her head. She is wearing a plaid scarf that alternates between the colors red and yellow. Her arms and legs are tipped with orange.
Vesta has a normal personality, this makes her normally nice and sweet. However, sometimes she is very moody. She could be nice one day, but if you decline her offers she will get very angry. Vesta is usually sorry of her actions straight away. She worries about the players feelings and will constantly ask how you are feeling today. If you say you're not feeling great she will cheer you on until she is exhausted, a sure sign of a great friend. She goes to bed very early but makes up for it when she gets up at 5 o'clock in the morning.
Vesta carries the colours of your average sheep with a white, fluffy, wool body and a solid black face. She also has solid black arms and legs tipped with pink. She wears a plaid scarf and has orange bows tied in her hair. She always has an optimistic smile on her face paired with large, hopeful eyes.
Her house has an old style homely theme, the fireplace and warm tones make it very welcoming. She has a lot of clothing in her house which hints at a flair for fashion. Her grass style carpet remind us that she is in fact a sheep. Her house includes:
- Ranch Coach
- Gumdrop Shirt
- Natty Shirt
- Winter Sweater
- Classic Bookcase
- Sewing Machine
- Ranch Wall
- Backyard Fence
 Name Meaning
Vesta's name is a Roman cognate of the word Hestia, who was the Goddess of the hearth and everlasting fire. Vesta has a fireplace in her home which might represent that. Another possibility is that because of Vesta's major fashion sense, her name may represent her love for clothes, vests in particular.
- Like all of the sheep, any clothes that Vesta wears turn into scarves because she cannot wear them over her wool.