Episode Eleven: Rats.
Season Two Premiere.
Episode Twelve: Pigeons.
Episode Thirteen: Roaches.
When an exterminator puts a roach town in crisis, the survivors band together to travel to the world outside of their wall and guarantee the survival of their species. A group of seagulls, stuck together by a piece of litter, struggle to live their lives as one.
Episode Fourteen: Squirrels.
With New York City quarantined and in disarray, squirrels Mike and Phil prepare for their mother's remarriage. As Mike tries to impress a female guest, Phil plots to stop the wedding, squaring off with his soon-to-be little brother, the attention-hog Mason.
Episode Fifteen: Humans.
Inside the headquarters of evil conglomerate Pesci Co., the unscrupulous Dr. Labcoat prepares for the roll out of the 'Green Pill,' a mysterious cure for the virus plaguing New York City.
Episode Sixteen: Rats.
Episode Seventeen: Cats Part 1.
As rival alley-cat crews face off for control of the streets of Little Italy, a young feline, Phil, rises to the top of the pack. A trio of owls gather for Christmas celebrations.
Episode Eighteen: Cats Part 2
In the conclusion of the war for power amongst New York's cat gangs, Phil runs the show while Mike looks for a way out, leading to a dramatic final showdown between pussies.
Episode Nineteen: Worms Birds Possums.
In this interconnected exploration of the urban food chain, two ends of a worm search for love and independence, a pair of newly-hatched bluebirds fight for survival, and an opossum father and son butt heads over the reality of being predators.
Episode Twenty: Dog.
Season Two Finale. An old dog reflects on her life and doles out some sage advice. As high school graduation approaches, rat teens Phil and Mike consider what comes next, as their paths appear to be going separate ways.
Episode Twenty-One: Rats.
Season Three Premiere. 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.
Episode Twenty-Two: Dogs.
Struggling to adapt in a post-owner world, dog Phil fights to maintain his independence and his longtime addiction to human dependency.
Episode Twenty-Three: Pigeons.
The heroic saga of a diminutive, but fiercely heroic bird, Wallet, who leaves his home after tragedy strikes, makes his way to Pigeon Heights, where 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.
Episode Twenty-Four: Horses.
In the new classist society that's been established among the equine community, 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.
Episode Twenty-Five: Stuff.
After a freak accident brings an assorted pile of random objects to life, the sentient items experience all of life's ups and downs on the path towards self-realization--and the meaning behind it all.
Episode Twenty-Six: At A Loss For Words When We Needed Them Most...
Episode Twenty-Seven: The Trial.
Episode Twenty-Eight: The Democratic People's Republic of Kitty City
Episode Twenty-Nine: So You Think You Won't Treason?!
On tonight's episode of "So You Think You Won't Treason?!" Privates Phil and Mike face the music for--you guessed it--committing an unforgivable act of treason against our great nation! Sponsored by The Government.
Episode Thirty: Roachella.
Season Three Finale. With the fate of New York's animal population at stake, 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.