Far better to euthanise unfortunately. As Collette said there is nobody in the network licenced to take in Racoons.
Racoons grow up to be solitary and so will not tolerate other racoons. They imprint on humans really quickly and so are well nigh impossible to rehab. They are strong vectors for roundworm, distemper and rabies, which can be caught by you or your dog. They are hugely destructive and inquisitive, and nearly always bite when startled or treated roughly.
They are not endangered. They live up to 15 years and would need constant attention, don't do well at all in cages, mark everywhere with anal and wrist glands, moult horribly once a year.
Far far better to have been left with their mum, who would have relocated them if encouraged to do so. Sad, but take them to the vet and have them put down if they can't be returned to their mother. :-(
Last edited by Rigrat; 11/05/13 05:33 AM.