I am looking for a word like lupine only for raccoons. Is there a word that means “raccoon-like” or “raccoon-esque”?
Genus Procyon, family Procyonidae (the raccoon family): two species, in particular the common raccoon (P. lotor), which often occurs in urban areas in North America. The raccoon family also includes the coati, kinkajou, cacomistle, and olingo
Procyonide, procyonic, procyonine perhaps. There must be a rule for forming an adjective from a Greek noun ending -ον.
Though your request was for a word, since there does not seem to be one that is readily understood, how about one of these phrase-structures "...of a raccoon" or "racoon-like..." instead?
It had the nimble dexterity of a racoon
It lumbered by with a distinct racoon-like gait
- The bandit's mask gave him a comical racoon-like appearance