- Lillibit (alternate names: Berufi, Belfy, Tiptip, Belfi, Lutinette, Basma)
- Voiced by: Yōko Asagami (Japanese), Anik Matern (English)
- A sweet, beautiful orphan girl who lives with her uncle Dr. Snoozabit and watches over him due to his habit of drunkenness. While usually even-tempered and level-headed, Lillibit sometimes loses her temper with her uncle because of his laziness. Lillibit can speak directly to animals which includes Snuffly.
- Voiced by: Mayumi Tanaka
- The moral role model and main protagonist, and Lillibit's best friend. He is brave and has a strong sense of justice but also has a tendency to act impetuously.
- Snagglebit (alternate names: Napoleon)
- Voiced by: Sachiko Chijimatsu
- The spoiled son of Mayor Bossabit. He has a crush on Lillibit and considers himself to be Willibit's rival for Lillibit's affections, but he and Willibit usually get along fairly well.
- Chip - One of Snagglebit's cronies, the son of Chopabit the woodcutter. He idolizes Dr. Snoozabit and became the doctor's unofficial assistant in one early episode, until he realized how much work the medical profession really involves.
- Voiced by: Sonja Ball
- The third member of Snagglebit's gang, considerably shorter in stature than the other children. He tends to be somewhat of a coward and is often teased by Snagglebit and Chip for this.
- Teenybit (alternate names: Chuchuna, Cuccuna) - Willibit's younger sister, a precocious girl and very observant for her age. Teenybit has a brave streak to rival her brother's, which sometimes gets her into trouble. She is the central character in several episodes which involve her befriending the village outcast, Scarybit.
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