"It's the time of year when we get no sleep and we're lucky if we get a shower," Crabill says.
This fresh family of raccoons made its way into a special ward known as the "home for wayward moms."
That's where they can not only be comfortable together - while being treated and monitored - but also where the center gets to learn a thing or two from them.
A mother passes on maternal antibodies to her babies - a kind of natural tonic to protect against disease. But as time goes on, those antibodies fade.
"So what we try to determine is how long the antibodies actually stay with the baby," Crabill says. "Because if you vaccinate too young, the maternal antibodies can actually interfere with the effectiveness of the vaccine."