This video from the USA says about itself:
19 July 2016
Video for Cats to Watch – Raccoon at night in extreme close-up for cats, dogs and people that don’t go out in the backyard at night or have not experienced a wild mountain Raccoon. This is a great opportunity to introduce them to the most common wild mammal larger than cats and small dogs they are likely to encounter – and with bigger fangs and claws as well. This hungry fellow ruined my photo shoot plans for filming wild southern flying squirrels so I don’t want to waste his brilliant performance…….enjoy!