Season 3 finale. The fate of New York's animal population is at stake, so rats Phil and Mike work to pull off "Roachella," a music festival designed for all the different animal species. At the event, a bunny ticket scalper decides to watch out for an Amish turtle having its first concert experience, while a troublemaking gang looks to cause mischief.
Estranged rat friends Phil and Mike are forced back together after a strange request sends them to the Democratic People's Republic of Kitty City, a feline section of town cut off from the outside world. The trip causes them to reassess their issues and explore what they want for the future of New York's animals.
The "grabbags" are members of an interspecies group shunned by the rest of animal society, but they find themselves at the dawn of a new age when they are given the ability to communicate with one another, though ferret leader Yumi struggles to keep them all together. Meanwhile, geckos Phil and Mike plot to reclaim the aboveground.
A new classist society has been established among the equine community, but a rich horse's daughter finds herself in a love triangle with a suitor approved by her father and a carriage horse from the wrong side of the tracks.
A look at the heroic saga of Wallet, a diminutive, but fiercely heroic bird who leaves his home after tragedy strikes and makes his way to Pigeon Heights. There, he becomes the right-hand man to recently crowned Pigeon King Phil, and is tasked with saving the day when terrorists take over a bar mitzvah.
Three years after the green bomb wiped out humans in New York, rats Phil and Mike traverse the city following a wild, drunken night, searching for a missing car and encountering multiple species and terrors along the way. The Season 3 premiere.