“Nestled in downtown Zootopia, this neat and tidy gated community is home to Zootopia's smallest residents - mice, gerbils, rats and other small rodents. There is a height requirement to enter so residents remain safe from potential stomping incidents. Those who are too tall to enter can still enjoy a glimpse of this quaint community from outside its gates.”
Little Rodentia is a town for small mammals, mainly rodents, in the city of Zootopia. It contains numerous buildings which, to the larger residents of Zootopia, appear very small, which contributes to the name Little Rodentia.
Little Rodentia is built off from holey aesthetics of cheese and has a number of high rise buildings from the perspective of the inhabitants. These buildings resemble a model town or miniature-scale model of a city to larger residents of Zootopia.
Some buildings in Little Rodentia have colored pipe bridges that connect them to other buildings.
Officially, the entire town is only 21 inches tall. There is a tourist bus which goes through Little Rodentia and begins at the Big Donut, the shop which has a large donut-shaped object atop its roof which is nearly destroyed in the chase between Judy Hopps and Duke Weaselton.
The town contains at least one Targoat, a Zootopia variant upon Target, and Mousy's, a variant upon Macy's.
Role in the Film
The district is seen briefly near the middle of the film during Nick Wilde's and Finnick's pawpsicle scam. Nick and Finnick deliver their pawpsicle sticks to a mouse foreman at a construction site, who questions their red color.
Nick replies that the sticks are "red wood" and the mouse foreman takes his word for it and buys the wood.
Judy Hopps and Duke Weaselton become engaged in a chase through the small town after Weaselton robs the Frantic pig's shop. Before capturing him, Judy manages to save Fru Fru from being crushed by a giant donut sign that Weaselton had kicked off of a donut shop. She uses the sign to trap Weaselton so that she can bring him to the ZPD.