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People normally think of raccoons as wild creatures that invade their trash during the night. But this raccoon named “Pumpkin” is unlike any other you have ever seen. She prefers eating watermelon, cuddling with dogs and relaxing in an air-conditioned room in the Bahamas. How did Pumpkin get all of this? It all started in 2014. Rosie Kemp, who lives in Nassau, Bahamas, saw an injured baby raccoon. It had fallen out of a three and broke one of her hind legs. The raccoon’s mother was nowhere t...