|Nickname:||Stickyfingers, Stealer, Dork (by Princess)|
|Last appearance:||"Twas the Fight Before Christmas (Mention Only)"|
|Voice actor:||Julie Nathanson|
|Family:|| Unnamed Mother and Father
Ginger the cat
Robin Snyder is a character who appeared in the episode Superfriends.
In the aforementioned episode, Robin, her parents (never shown), and their pet cat, Ginger, had just moved to Townsville next door to the Powerpuff Girls and their dad, Professor Utonium. Bubbles was the first of her sisters to befriend Robin, but Blossom and Buttercup are also good friends with her. The sisters quickly started hanging out with Robin a lot, but soon, their crime fighting agendas left them with no time to actually hang out with her.
Soon, Robin met Princess Morbucks, who tricked Robin into leaving the girls and stealing, but not because she wanted to be friends with Robin, but for her need to be a Powerpuff Girl. After she tricked Robin into stealing candy from a local convenience store, she tattled on her to the authorities and the Powerpuff Girls arrived. However, after everything was explained and the truth was revealed, Robin was pardoned and Princess was arrested. Robin and the part where she was a victim of Princess' conspiracy was referenced in 'Twas the Fight Before Christmas. It's implied that although she isn't shown in further episodes, she's still friends with the Powerpuff Girls.
It's possible that she may be closest to Bubbles out of the three Powerpuff Girls, since Bubbles was the first of the three to actually befriend her, and whenever Robin's with the sisters, she's usually nearest to Bubbles.
- Robin Snyder's name may be a pun on the actor "Rob Schneider."
- The house Robin currently lives in happens to be the same house the Powerpuff Girls former evil neighbours, The Smiths once lived in before the end of "Just Desserts". It is likely after the family went to jail made their house available for others. But some fans theory that the Smiths could have moved. Though it's more likely that the first is canon than the second.